Here you can see a list of vacancies and opportunities from employers who are seeking to employ Sheffield University Management School students and graduates.
These are just a selection of the opportunities available. To view other opportunities please visit Career Connect via MUSE or on the Careers Service website.
Deadline: December 3, 2017
About Morgan Stanley:
Morgan Stanley is more than a leading financial services firm. With offices spanning 43 countries and talented, passionate people bringing excellence and integrity to everything we do, the firm is truly global. Throughout the firm’s history, diverse and talented individuals have worked together to develop our new ideas and groundbreaking financial products for the benefit of clients.
The Operations Division at Morgan Stanley is the front line of defence for the Firm’s financial and operational well-being, and works closely with almost all departments in order to safeguard the Firm’s reputation and franchise. Operations partners with Sales & Trading, Finance, Legal, and Technology to execute the Firm’s institutional, retail, and asset management businesses – via supporting and settling daily transactions, devising and implementing effective controls, developing strong client relationships, and partnering with its business partners to enable to development of new structures, businesses, and markets.
About the Programme:
The Operations Full-Time Analyst Programme helps graduates build a solid foundation for a career in Operations, as well as an opportunity to develop the personal and professional competencies necessary to be successful within the Division, with an extensive development plan in place to expand experience and exposure over time. You will be placed within a team best aligned to your skills, and will be provided with ongoing classroom as well as thorough on-the-job training designed to help you develop a thorough understanding of the business throughout the duration of the Program. Supervision and guidance will be provided by experienced Operations professionals to all Full-Time Analysts throughout the program, to ensure Analysts have full support throughout their critical development years as an Operation professional.
The programme runs in Glasgow for a duration of 2.5 to 3 years, at which point Analysts would typically progress to an Associate role within the Firm.
Full-Time Analysts start their Analyst Programme with a Firmwide Induction Day, followed by an intensive Core Training Programme covering topics across products, policies and risk, to soft skills and technical skills. Analysts will also have exposure to guest lecturers, career development sessions, social and networking sessions. Teambuilding activities and project work will also be included to further strengthen technical understanding as well as soft skills.
Throughout the Programme, Analysts will receive thorough on-the-job training across two different functions, continued classroom and online based training, as well as ongoing mentorship and guidance from mentors and designated Officers.
As part of the EMEA Operations Analyst Programme, the Management Group actively support and encourage you to complete the CISI Investment Operations Certificate (IOC) as part of your Analyst experience.
As a Full Time Analyst, responsibilities may include:
How to Apply:
Please apply via www.morganstanley.com/campus.
Where: England - East Midlands
Deadline: December 3, 2017
About the programme:
The Thomson Reuters Technology Graduate Programme offers an exciting opportunity for upcoming and recent graduates to join our world-class technology organization. Based in our Nottingham office, you will immediately become part of dynamic and high-performing teams of outstanding technologists - delivering a variety of products designed to meet the needs of a wide range of financial professionals. You will gain a unique insight into our business, deliver real change, develop leading project management skills and gain exposure to cutting edge technologies.
Technology Roles while on the programme:
The Technology Change Delivery team is responsible for managing the investment portfolio of projects that we deliver to build new tools and technologies to support the products our customers buy. The Product teams design the products to meet the needs of their customers and then those business requirements are translated into a set of Technology requirements to build the product. This can be across any of the technologies and platforms the Technology function delivers.
Our Technology projects range from small enhancements of existing products through to multi-million dollar projects coordinating tens or hundreds of developers and Quality Assurance (testing) resources around the Globe. They can last a few months or be several years depending on the size, scale and complexity of the deliverables required. Throughout this process, you will get to experience multiple projects and working with a broad range of interesting and exciting technologies.
As part of the Change Delivery team you will:
Whilst leading these workstreams or projects you will develop key skills in all aspects of project management as well as working towards industry certification in Project Management. As you develop your career within the organization, you could progress into an experienced project manager role and have the opportunity to lead key strategic projects and programmes across Thomson Reuters.
Your Graduate Experience:
In addition to meaningful work and exposure to running industry leading Technology projects, we will provide you with a well-rounded experience to help you successfully launch your career with Thomson Reuters. You will be a part of a broader early career community, and this includes:
What we're looking for
At Thomson Reuters, we believe what we do matters. We are passionate about our work, inspired by the impact it has on our business and our customers. As a team, we believe in winning as one - collaborating to reach shared goals, and developing through challenging and meaningful experiences. With more than 45,000 employees in more than 100 countries, we work flexibly across boundaries and realize innovations that help shape industries around the world. Making this happen is a dynamic, evolving process, and we count on each employee to be a catalyst in driving our performance - and their own.
As a global business, we rely on diversity of culture and thought to deliver on our goals. To ensure we can do that, we seek talented, qualified employees in all our operations around the world regardless of race, color, sex/gender, including pregnancy, gender identity and expression, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, disability, age, marital status, citizen status, veteran status, or any other protected classification under country or local law. Thomson Reuters is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer providing a drug-free workplace.
How to apply:
You should apply directly via our careers site
Please ensure that your CV is no more than two pages long and written in English.
All applications must be supported by a Cover Letter - in 500 words or less, please tell us:
You can attach your Cover Letter under the CV section of ‘My Experience' when you register
Applications open Monday 9th October and close on Sunday 3rd December at midday (UK Time).
Recruitment Process & Timelines:
You will be taken through a structured recruitment process which includes:
Where: North East England
Deadline: December 7, 2017
We know what you’re thinking, ‘What on earth is Paraplanning?’
It’s a little known but rapidly in demand career that has grown in recent years. In simple terms, a Paraplanner is someone who works with a Financial Planner or Financial Adviser to do a number of their non-client facing tasks involved in preparing and administering a Financial Plan or Report for a client. Some would say we do all the nitty gritty in the background, like the research, analysis and finally the report writing required to make sure the client is getting the best advice and the adviser is getting the support to help them document that.
Like we said earlier, in any role we always start with learning the basics first – it’s the best foundation for success. For this role, that means firstly learning all about the billion-pound finance sector and the importance of people receiving sound financial advice. You’ll then move on to working on real client cases, getting to grips with the administration side of a case, learning the ins and outs of an abundance of pension, investment and insurance products. Over the course of your internship, this will involve you getting stuck in and doing the role of an administrator, finding out all the finer details, getting on the phone to product providers and using research tools to pull all the information a Paraplanner needs together. During the course of your 3-month internship, you will tackle trickier cases until you have a basic knowledge of products.
If you successfully complete your 3-month internship, you’ll then become an official Graduate Paraplanner. Soon after your transition, we will work with you to agree your own personal development program for the rest of the year, with the expectation you’ll start to revise for your first exam pretty much straight away. As a Graduate, you’ll become part of the Paraplanning team, learning how to research a case and understand the needs of individual clients. You will start writing basic reports and managing your own workload.
By your second year, you will be moving on to more complex cases and certainly have a few exams under your belt! We’d expect that after two years you will be an expert in researching the market and making recommendations, be an accomplished report writer, volunteering to tackle the tricky cases and manage your own clients. As well as being a wonderful role model to the newest wave of graduates!
How to Apply
Log in to your 'Career Connect' account and search Reference ID '56433' for more details and to apply.
Where: North East England
Deadline: December 7, 2017
Often considered the under-dog in other offices, let’s be clear from the off that our finance administrators are thought of as ‘the oil’ that keeps all the cogs turning in the business.
As part of your initial 3-month internship, and as with the other roles, you will start with learning the basics first – it’s undoubtedly the best foundation for success. For this role, that means learning all about the billion-pound finance sector and the importance of people receiving sound financial advice. You’ll then move on to working on real client cases, getting to grips with the administration side of a case, learning the ins and outs of an abundance of pension, investment and insurance products. Over the course of your internship, this will involve you getting stuck in and finding out all the finer details, getting on the phone to product providers and using research tools to pull all the information a Paraplanner needs together.
Assuming you successfully complete your 3-month internship, you will be welcomed as an official Graduate Finance Administrator. You will be assigned your own hub of Paraplanners and you’ll support them in a range of tasks such as gathering the information they need on new or existing financial products, requesting quotes and any necessary paperwork, and dealing with any communications related to your cases. We will also identify a number of Financial Administration qualifications with exam board, the CII (Chartered Insurance Institute) www.cii.co.uk and feed these into your personalised development plan over the course of the scheme.
As you progress over the 2-years, you’ll find using many industry online systems intuitive and tackling the trickier cases will become more natural as your knowledge of the profession grows. Working together with the rest of our finance admin team, you’ll be confident in managing your own workload and will be a willing team member who’d happily volunteer for any other adhoc tasks
How to Apply
Log in to your 'Career Connect' account and search Reference ID '56435' for more details and to apply.
Deadline: December 12, 2017
Are you a graduate, recruiter or do you work in sales? Joining Gravitas could be your perfect next move.
Gravitas Recruitment Group, a leading international recruitment consultancy, are actively seeking a number of graduates to join our exclusive Graduate Recruitment Consultant training programme. We spot exceptional talent and place successful Graduates on the path to an accelerated Career path into Management.
We are a 'Sunday Times' Top 100 Company To Work For' we offer an abundance of benefits, from all-inclusive holidays to lunch clubs, and uncapped commission. Within 6 years we have grown from 2 to 150 consultants and established 5 offices across London, Leeds, Manchester, Singapore and Hong Kong (soon to be New York!)
What you need to know about Gravitas:
The role of a recruitment consultant is a challenging but rewarding position and requires an individual to understand why they are looking to fulfil a career in sales. Our day to day activities include business development, market mapping, and marketing to both clients and candidates utilising sophisticated sales material and techniques.
We spend a large time of our working day on the phone building relationships with IT professionals across our dedicated market which requires the confidence to step out of your comfort zone and the ability to initially sell one's self.
How to apply
Log in to your 'Career Connect' account and search Reference ID '58381' for more details and to apply.
Where: UK - Multiple
Deadline: December 13, 2017
£27,000 plus £3,000 starting bonus
Develop the skills to become a future leader of a FTSE 100 company and help shape an evolving energy and services industry.
WHAT THE PROGRAMME INVOLVES
At Centrica, we secure and supply the energy that keeps millions of homes and businesses running. Join us, on our Business Leadership Graduate Programme, and you’ll spend two years and three months moving across the UK, exploring new places, broadening your skills, and building the foundations you need for a great career.
In that time, you’ll gain direct experience of leading and managing teams. And from day one, you’ll be making a direct impact on our business, finding solutions that benefit our customers, our engineers and our contact centre teams.
The programme kicks off with a three-month stint in one of our customer contract centres where you’ll experience life on the frontline with one of our brands. For your second placement, you’ll focus on continuous improvement. And for your third, you’ll get an early opportunity to lead a team.
Your fourth and final placement is extremely flexible and could see you doing anything from working on our ten-year strategy to managing £multimillion projects. Whichever direction you choose, you’ll be delivering significant changes and driving business results.
WHAT YOU WILL NEED
We believe leadership ability is something that can be developed. So we don’t need you to have any previous experience. We just need you to have customer focus, a passion for collaboration and improvement and, above all, a genuine desire to lead. To make the most of all the opportunities on offer, you also need to be willing to learn and try new things. A minimum 2:1 degree is essential (2:2 if combined with a Master’s).
To find out more about this opportunity and everything else we offer, visit centrica.com/careers/grads-undergrads
HOW TO APPLY
Where: Greater London
Deadline: December 15, 2017
About the Company:
The Walt Disney Company has operated in the UK & Ireland for more than 75 years. Walt Disney himself had a great affinity for the UK and visited on over 20 occasions for both business and pleasure. London is the regional headquarters for Disney in Europe, Middle East and Africa, and there are more than 3,500 employees across the country in 11 offices.
About the Role:
Disney's IT Support teams are responsible for ensuring that the technology used by all lines of business across the EMEA region is operating at an optimal level.
As one of our IT Support Intern, you will be fully integrated in to the day-to-day activities of our Technical Support teams, monitoring the performance of our technology stack and providing solutions to any issues or queries.
How to Apply:
For more information and to apply please log in to Careers Connect and search reference ID: 'D3J8X'
Where: United Kingdom: West Midlands
Deadline: December 15, 2017
About the Company/Role:
ZF TRW is a division of the parent company, with headquarters in Livonia, Michigan.
ZF TRW is a primary developer and producer of active and passive safety systems and serves all major vehicle manufacturers worldwide with an established footprint that includes facilities in more than 20 countries. It maintains 22 technical centers and 13 test tracks in vital markets around the world.
How to Apply:
For more information and to apply please log in to Career Connect and search reference ID: 'OX2VX'