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date_icon_black16 Oct 2018
location_icon_blackSouthwark, London
currency_icon_black£22,000 to £25,000 OTE of £37000
date_icon_black16 Oct 2018
location_icon_blackSouthwark, London
currency_icon_black £22,000 to £25,000 OTE of £37000
Making finance cool, they're a startup at the heart of Europe’s FinTech scene, looking for a Graduate Sales Consultant to join the team.
If you’re inspired by making a difference through science then join us at AstraZenec. We're one of the most exciting bio-pharmaceutical companies in the world. From scientists to sales lab techs to legal, we’re determined to turn ideas into life-changing medicines that improve patients’ lives and benefit society."
Siemens is a German conglomerate company headquartered in Berlin and Munich, and is the largest industrial manufacturing company in Europe. We build the technologies and innovations of tomorrow – from industrial automation to diagnostic medical equipment."
Co-op offers a different approach to big business; one that’s down to earth and straightforward. Across our multiple areas, from food to insurance, our 70,000 people work together to make our decent, fair, ethically and morally strong business succeed."
GCHQ is Britain’s intelligence agency, ensuring that our country’s people, businesses and infrastructures are secured against hackers and other threats. It’s complex and varied work, so it takes people from all backgrounds, with a wide range of skills."
At PwC we want ambitious graduates to grow their career with us through learning key professional skills. We believe that you need to be given opportunities to develop yourself personally and professionally, so they are at the heart of a career with us. "
Interested in graduate opportunities at Bayer? Innovation remains a significant part of our DNA at Bayer. Our roles will prepare you for a career in a leading global Life Science company that turns your passion and ideas into powerful solutions to the world’s most crucial concerns.
Dyson is growing. The next few years are going to be our biggest and busiest since we launched the first bagless vacuum cleaner that launched our journey. It's exciting times here at Dyson and you could be a part of it.
Want to be a Googler? We build products that improve people's lives, and we’re always looking for people who can bring new perspectives to our teams. Our services include online advertising technologies, search, cloud computing, software, and hardware."
For over 125 years, we have been shaping the future as a leading global provider of technology and services. Working at Bosch means you'll be a part of a business. We operate in some 60 countries around the world and generated sales of more than 70 billion euros in 2015."
Cogent Skills   The Cogent Skills is firmly established as the leading provider of recruitment and development services within science-based industries.   Cogent Skills is committed to inspiring you! - the next generation of science bas…
About Us: City Internships simplifies intern recruitment by connecting students with internship programs across the globe, ensuring all participants improve their career prospects and become more commercially and culturally aware. Our int…
Thinking about kick-starting your career in strategy, consulting, digital, technology or operations? Accenture offers a whole range of graduate opportunities which will start your rise to the top.
The Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) is a UK government body that carries out civil research in science and engineering, and funds UK research in areas including particle physics, nuclear physics, space science and astronomy."
Oracle’s innovations aim to make the world a better place for everyone, if that’s something that inspires you, join us on our mission. We allow you to pick the projects that excite you the most to work on. It’s up to you how you build your career at Oracle"
We are the world’s leading provider of technology for reservoir characterisation and processing to the oil and gas industry. The training that you receive from us will be tailored to your goals for the future to give you the best head-start in your career.
The graduates at Northrop Grumman work across numerous business units to understand and contribute towards global security. The work is important, challenging and rewarding. If this piques your interest, check our profile for further information."
With over 50,000 employees working towards a shared goal to improve and enhance life through technology, the opportunities are limitless with Merck. Our team is motivated to succeed on an individual and collaborative level. We want grads to join us."
Our vision is to create technology that makes life better for everyone, everywhere. We offer a wide variety of hardware, software and related services to consumers, businesses and enterprises, as well as government and the health and education sectors. "
We provide power saving solutions, particularly for smartphones, power adapters, solid state lighting and emerging Internet of Things applications. We are the future, and you can be part of it. We set out to hire the best talent in the industry. Join us as we grow into exciting new markets. If you have the skills, raw potential and drive to join us, we’d love to hear from you."
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HELPING YOU FIND A CAREER IN Science and Technology

Graduate science and technology jobs are so varied and cover such a huge amount of ground that it might be hard to know where to begin - but browsing through the opportunities we have would be a great first step. Science and technology graduates, you've come to the right place!

LOOKING FOR a Science And Technology CAREER?
How much can I earn as a Scientist?
Because of the specialist nature of many science positions and the demand for the skills they require science graduate starting salaries can be very competitive.

Starting salaries can range massively depending on the company and the type of job, but typical starting salaries fall between £14,000 and £20,000. Those entering at PhD level are likely to start on higher salaries and those with extra experience start on salaries between £24,000 and £35,000.
What qualifications do I need to be a Scientist?
After a Bachelors degree For many high level scientific roles it is required that you under take postgraduate study, usually to PhD level, to enter into a career.

The grades required will vary from employer to employer and across the different disciplines, but because of the specialist nature of many science jobs high grades may be essential for recruiters to consider you.
What skills do I need to be a Scientist?
Because of the technical nature of many science jobs recruiters will have the need for specific skills that relate to a particular position. The exact skills an employer will be looking for will depend on the nature of the job.

There is a large skills shortage in the bioscience sector and so have a high demand for skilled graduates and postgraduates. They prioritise the following skills in:
  • Clinical research
  • Medical and analytical chemistry
  • Engineering and maths and statistics
  • Vivo sciences: pathology, toxicology, pharmacology and physiology
In general there are a range of soft skills that employers in the science sector will be looking for including:
  • Communication
  • Teamwork
  • Critical thinking
  • Organisation
  • Planning
  • Presentation skills
Graduates from many degree disciplines will have the necessary soft skills for working in science. Degrees offer a good set of skills in logical thought, presentation, analysis and communication all of which are important for a career in the science sector.
What experience do I need to get a job in Science and Technology?
If you are taking a science or technology-based degree it is highly likely that your course will include a placement year, in which you will have the opportunity to work within a company and be paid for your role. This should give you the skills needed to apply for jobs in laboratories after graduation.