IRI UK is a leading provider of big data, predictive analytics and forward-looking insights that help FMCG, healthcare, retailers and media companies to grow their businesses. With the largest collection of purchase, media, social, causal and loyalty data, IRI guides its clients around the world in their quests to remain relevant, capture market share, connect with consumers and deliver market leading growth.
The company is currently looking for 3 graduates to join their Client Growth Delivered team starting September 2017. These openings are part of the IRI 2017 Graduate Scheme dedicated to all of you willing to gain valuable work experience in client retention and business development.
With three bustling campuses, the University of Reading offers plenty of opportunities for you to work part-time during your studies. However, it could be hard for you to find the right job and apply. Don’t lose hope because next academic year Campus Jobs comes to your rescue. Technically, this is a one-stop shop for all temporary work at the University, providing part-time opportunities that are safe and secure for you.
However, you could think of it a Super-service with extra flexibility, which bravely manages all the part-time and temporary work on campus to help you gain extra money and work experience while studying.
For a career in marketing, experience plays a big part. It is actual work, trial and error processes which make good marketers. If you are a recent graduate with a degree in Marketing or Business and little experience but would like to launch your career, the Graduate Marketing Workshop will get you started. This event organised by The SR group and Carter Murray, recruitment agencies, will take place on the 21st of June in London. Continue reading →
Are you enrolled on a 4 year programme with a placement year or considering transferring to one? We have some key tips to help you plan your placement adventure before you leave for the summer Continue reading →
Enactus is a community of student, academic and business leaders committed to using the power of entrepreneurial action to transform lives and shape a better more sustainable world.
The Enactus team at the University of Reading pledges to strive to create sustainable lasting social change. They are currently undertaking 5 projects involving communities and individuals around Reading and beyond. The members of Enactus Reading are proactive students who work in the business environment and are involved in social projects at the same time. They gain work experience while at the university, expand their network, and develop new skills which increase their employability.
After presenting their Social Enterprises at the Enactus UK National Expo in April, Enactus University of Reading was one of the 20 UK teams which made it to the Semi-Finals. To have a stronger social impact in the future, Enactus needs new like-minded members. If you are proactive and want to be involved in social projects, looking to develop valuable skills and gain working experience, learn more about Enactus and become a member.
Do you have what it takes to promote your University to future students?
We are recruiting current students to be ambassadors at our 2017 Open Days on:
Friday 16 and Saturday 17 June (registration required for both)
Saturday 30 September
Saturday 7 October
Being an Open Day Ambassador is a great opportunity to share your passion for the University. You will receive training, and your effort will be repaid with £7.97 + holiday pay per hour – so sign up to as many as possible.
Organised by Odgers Berndtson, it provides mid-Year students the opportunity to spend a day shadowing a successful CEO. As an undergraduate, you apply to spend the day with a top Chief Executive and learn about the responsibility and complexities required to lead some of Britain’s leading business and organisations. This is how this scheme is designed to uncover some of the UK’s most promising future leaders and give them an opportunity to walk in the shoes of a senior executive.
Happening for the first time in the UK in 2016 with 15 students, CEOx1 Day welcomed the participation of big companies and organisations such as BT, ITV, Standard Chartered, Deloitte, Legal & General, The Cabinet Office and the National Trust. Following the pilot edition, it was regarded as an eye-opening programme by both the students and the professionals. Apart from the immediate benefits of sharing the office with a CEO, tagging along at meetings and official work visits, there are the not-so-obvious advantages:
gain insight into how successful people operate;
get catapulted in at the last level of administration and get a better view of the long road leading there;
understand management, the priorities and duties which come with it;
learn more about a specific industry from a top position;
gain relevant experience to succeed in your potential career.
The former participants left the scheme more knowledgeable about what being a CEO involves, feeling the real taste of success and responsibility and hoping to become suitable for such a role in the future. You can read their opinions to find out how this sort of experience may change you.
Now, do you want to share the tasks of a CEO, his office and one-day’s schedule? Do you have what it takes to do this? Create your professional profile with the help of the Careers consultants and apply for the amazing experience until June 30.
Warner Bros. Studio is offering a 12-month Publicity Placement to all the 2nd YearPublicity and PR students out there.
If you are one of them and wish to build-up your CV, gain a new set of skills, and work for a renowned brand, take this offer into serious consideration.
You will work closely with the department Publicists and you will have a wide range of key responsibilities and objectives. These will include supplying publicity materials to UK TV, radio and print publications in line with our publicity strategy. You will also be responsible for distributing and analysing the daily press cuttings to the UK and US teams. You will also have the opportunity to work as part of the team on key projects, press events and premieres
You need the following abilities:
Excellent (fluent) working knowledge of Word and Excel, and some experience of using databases and Powerpoint.
Experience of using the internet for research purposes.
Media Studies, Marketing or English undergraduates will have more relevant experience but this position is open to all who are interested in film and media.
Should have solid GCSE and A level results.
Must be well organised and disciplined with the ability to prioritise workload and use time effectively.
Must be self-motivated and work with limited supervision.
Must be able to communicate with people at all levels in a professional and mature manner.
Must be analytical and pay close attention to detail including spelling.
Must have a proficient and confident phone manner.
Some previous work experience would be advantageous.
In order to perform these tasks:
Go through the national daily papers and media monitoring email updates, to compile and highlight all of the key coverage on Warner Bros films and talent.
Monitor and file all the Publicity materials that arrive from our US office.
Work closely with the project publicists to ensure that all materials are up to date and in line with the Publicity strategy.
Research all publications on an assigned subject matter. Contact those publications and collate all journalists details in order to despatch press materials.
Liaison with agencies to provide materials and review content.
Assisting with project publicists on briefing agencies and external partners
Monitor receipt of merchandise for Publicity placement.
Work with members of the team at press events and Premieres.
Maintenance and upkeep of editorial media mailing list
Analyse competitor publicity activities and campaigns.
Monitor performance of select suppliers.
Deal with telephone and email enquiries from the press and general public.
Inform press of release dates and press materials available.
Work with the project publicists to upload designated press coverage on to the FTP site.
Work with the team to staff and manage screenings.
Communication with media to secure and file screening reactions
Upkeep and distribution of weekly publicity meeting minutes.
Working with the project publicist on designated elements of tours and events.
Organization and filing of magazines, newspapers and specific film coverage
To complete these projects you will need to liaise with company personnel both in the UK and US, by telephone, email and in person. You will need to be a confident communicator, have good research skills and follow through on projects ensuring their completion.
You have time to update your CV and write a convincing covering letter stating your suitability for the role until Friday, April 7. Email the materials you prepared to Naomi Walsh, at firstname.lastname@example.org.