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Accenture – Graduate and Undergraduate roles
One of the world’s leading consulting and technology organisations is now recruiting! Don’t miss out on this wonderful opportunity that will help you boost your CV and make you more employable. Check out the opportunities Accenture are providing today.

For more information, click here: http://clktr4ck.com/AccentureKent1

EP Rewards for Students Studying Politics and International Relations

You may have seen a few months ago the announcement that the Civil Service Fast Stream are sponsoring the EP Scheme, with the chance for one student to shadow a senior government official (100 points) and for a group to undertake a guided tour of Whitehall!

Since then, the EP team have remained busy trying to get even more rewards for students within the School of Politics and International Relations. We are now delighted to confirm the following three opportunities:

Tunbridge Wells Borough Council are offering the chance for one student to shadow their Chief Executive for 2-days. This placement will allow for unprecedented insight into high-level strategic management of the council for only 100 points!

For 150 points, DSTL are providing remote work experience for two students (UK nationals only), which will help shape the way evidence-based decision making is presented to the Ministry of Defence! If you are interested in security, this is not to be missed!

And lastly, we have an amazing paid 12-week internship with Medway Council for 200 points, where one student can work in the Electoral Services team. This internship will provide a student the chance to project manage a new initiative to update the Electoral Register.

If you wish to undertake any of these rewards, please don’t forget you must have enough points by 20th March 2017. Shortly afterwards, students will have the chance to complete an application form for these rewards!

Research Internships with NatCen Social Research!

NatCen Social Research is one of the UK’s leading research organisations carrying out some of the UK’s biggest surveys and key government policy evaluations.

They have at least two intern opportunities for intelligent, enthusiastic and hardworking graduates looking to work in quantitative social research. You must have (or be studying for) a post-graduate qualification in applied social research/social science methods or have studied applied research methods as part of your undergraduate degree.

The role involves working on a wide range of research across different projects. This includes survey work such as questionnaire development, fieldwork management and data analysis. In addition, you will also helping support a large and busy research department, including tasks such as co-ordinating training and development activity, and helping with project management.

They are offering the London living wage of £9.75 per hour. These opportunities are full time (35 hours per week) and for a period of 12 weeks depending on your availability to start as soon as possible.

For full details about this opportunity, or to submit an application, please click here.

The deadline to submit your application is 29th January 2017.

Exclusive SPIR Research Internships!

The School of Politics and IR is pleased to offer three exclusive internships for undergraduate and postgraduate students from the School. These internships are based within Global Europe Centre, Conflict Analysis Research Centre and the Centre for Critical Thought.

These are paid internships (six hours per week at £7.68/hour) and will last until the end of the Summer Term 2017. Students should be available to commit six hours per week on average including during the Spring Vacation.

Interested students should apply by emailing a CV and cover letter to Claire Tanner (C.Tanner@kent.ac.uk) by 12pm on Monday 30th January 2017. Interviews are likely to be held in the week commencing 6th February 2017 and all applications will be acknowledged. The University’s Careers and Employability Service can provide CV and cover letter advice (www.kent.ac.uk/ces).

For full details of each internship opportunity, please click on the links below:

CTT Internship: research-centre-internship-advert-cct-jan-2017

CARC Internship: research-centre-internship-advert-carc-jan-2017

GEC Internship: research-centre-internship-advert-gec-jan-2017

Teach First Applications are still open – Secure a 2017 and 2018 Graduate job before Christmas!

You may have seen Teach First on campus, they are recruiting students for the 2017 and 2018 Leadership Development Programme (LDP). The LDP combines teacher training and a fully-funded Postgraduate Diploma in Education (PGDE) with one-to-one coaching, enabling you to develop leadership qualities you can take forward into any career – whether in education, in the City, or beyond.

Teach First  is a world-leading, unique programme and we partner with companies such as Google, Royal Navy, Accenture, PwC, Goldman Sachs and many more to build leaders for life!

Applications are open to final year students, and penultimate year students can apply early for our 2017 and 2018 cohort.

Apply now and submit an application and secure a job before Christmas!

You can watch a short video about the Teach First Leadership Development Programme here and take a look at a case study of one of the thousands of successful individuals who’ve already completed our programme.

Not only that, if you are in your penultimate year of study and have a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) related A-level you can secure a two week award winning paid internship during Easter and Summer. Find out more information here.

In your first year and need something to add to your CV? Attend a unique one day opportunity to engage with Teach First and start developing the skills and attributes needed to progress to employment after university. Apply here!

 

BAE Systems: Placement Programme and Summer Internships!

Fancy working for a Times Top 100 Graduate Employer?

BAE Systems are currently recruiting for their Graduate and Placement Programme, as well as offering Summer Internships where you’ll quickly be able to make an impact, developing some of the most advanced technology.

Fast Facts about BAE Systems:

  • 83,400 people are employed worldwide
  • Over 100 new inventions designed, developed, tested and produced every year
  • Annual sales in excess of £22.4 billion
  • Annual research & development spend in excess of £1.2 billion

Don’t miss this opportunity! Apply now by clicking below:

BAE Graduate and Undergraduate opportunities

Win an Insight Day at Whitehall on Wednesday 7 December – deadline has been extended!

Civil Service Fast Stream are excited to offer selected students the opportunity to visit Whitehall on Wednesday 7th December. You will gain an insight into working at the heart of Government and the variety of work carried out by over 420,000 Civil Servants, whose aim it is to make this country run as efficiently as possible. The day will consist of presentations, workshops and networking opportunities that will give you an opportunity to meet with and speak to current Fast Streamers about their experiences of the application process and being on the Fast Stream programme.

The Civil Service is a modern and diverse workplace, which is truly reflective of this country. Our core values are something that set us apart from other employers; we are accountable to the tax paying public and to the Government of the day, and our values underpin everything we do to fulfil that responsibility.

This prize is just for Kent Students and places are limited to 10 so if you would like to be in with a chance to attend please submit a 250 word application telling us about a time when have you taken the initiative and made a decision that resolved a problem?

Please email your application to placements@kent.ac.uk by 5pm on Friday 25 November!

Transport will be free and leave from the University of Kent at Canterbury at 9am, returning at 5pm on the 7th December.

Get involved with Enactus Kent!

Would you like to work with an international non-profit organisation, with a focus on  student led projects? Are you interested in gaining events, marketing or recruitment experience? Then Enactus Kent could be the ideal way to gain this experience! Sharad Kiswani, Operations Vice-President of Enactus Kent, introduces the organisation below and the types of projects they are involved in.

Hello everyone!

Enactus Kent is a student led organisation, where students are encouraged to create their own projects following the Enactus criterion using “entrepreneurial action to empower people to improve their livelihoods in an economically, socially and environmentally sustainable way.” Enactus is an international non-profit organisation aimed at university students by business and higher-educational leaders, in order to make a difference in the community while developing the skills to become socially responsible business leaders.

Currently, Enactus has are over 70 000 students, spread across 36 countries, working on nearly 5000 projects each year. That’s over 5 million volunteer hours, impacting the lives of nearly 2 million people.

Enactus

At Enactus Kent, we see opportunity to rethink and redevelop. Bringing students, academic leaders and businesses together, in order to shape a bigger, brighter and a sustainable future. So whether you are into design, economics, law, science, engineering, psychology, we believe that there is an entrepreneur spirit in all of us, ready to take action. While working with multinationals including Amazon, Ford, KPMG, Tesco, Santander and many more, we take this opportunity to make a difference in the world.

As of now, we have endeavoured to dispel isolation among the elderly community in Peru through our honey and soap enterprise through our international venture Project Cantuta. We also work to empower the homeless in Canterbury by training them to serve as tour guides through our local project, MyStreets. Further, we plan to be working towards empowering women in India by establishing a female taxi initiative through our new enterprise, Project Badlaav.

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Be a part of our wonderful projects or start our very own with a basic idea! If you’re interested to work in our internal team, you can get involved in various channels including our events, marketing and recruitment teams. For more information regarding our events or the application process, please contact: recruitment@enactuskent.com or visit www.enactuskent.org

Find us on:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/enactuskent

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/enactus_kent/

Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/enactuskent

Snapchat: https://cl.ly/3b37103T2R2D

Undergraduate Data Collection Intern for WomanStats Project – Apply now!

UNDERGRADUATE PAID INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY:

DATA COLLECTION INTERN FOR WOMANSTATS PROJECT IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE KENT Q-STEP CENTRE

The School of Politics and International Relations is delighted to offer an internship opportunity within the School assisting Dr Andrea Den Boer in her role as Co-PI of the WomanStats Project:

WomanStats (http://www.womanstats.org/) is the largest database (with 350 variables for 175 countries) on the situation of women worldwide. One of the primary goals of WomanStats is to develop innovative indices and measures to describe the situation and status of women, which will allow for empirical analysis, assessment, monitoring, and evaluation activities.

The successful intern will collect cross-national data (numerical and laws/policies) regarding violence against women, under the direction of Dr den Boer. The candidate must have good internet search skills and be able to use an excel spreadsheet. The successful intern will ideally be an undergraduate student in the School of Politics and International Relations (or the Faculty of Social Sciences). They will also have an understanding and interest in gender issues in society and politics, although this is desired rather than essential.

This is a paid internship for up to 8 hours per week, at £7.68/hour. Hours to be agreed between the successful applicant and the Project Lead – work will be undertaken on campus and remotely. This internship is spread across Autumn and Spring terms and will run for approximately 21 weeks.

Interested students should apply by email, sending a CV and covering letter outlining their suitability and how they meet the above criteria to Claire Tanner – C.Tanner@kent.ac.uk.  The deadline for all applications is 12pm on Friday 14th October.

Interviews for successful candidates will be held on Tuesday 18th October and Wednesday 19th October and all applications will be acknowledged, with feedback available on request. For further information, please email Claire Tanner on the email address above.

Full details can be found here: womanstats-intern-advert-2016

Exclusive Public Affairs internship for Politics and IR students!

Apply now for an exclusive internship as a Public Affairs Intern, only open to Politics and IR students!

Want to get some experience in one of the most important industries in today’s age? If you’ve got a knack for policy and an interest in changing the world you live in then we have the internship for you.

A new role created this year, the public affairs internship will give you hands on paid experience into the world of public affairs with one of the largest influencing organisations in Kent. You will get the opportunity to learn about decision making processes in local and national government as well as get a flavour for analysing policy announcements, forming consultation responses, speechwriting, writing press releases and liaising with the offices of important decision makers.

You will contribute to Kent Union’s mission of empowering students to have a voice by supporting our work to influence policies and those who make them. The year ahead is an incredibly interesting one for Kent Union with a Higher Education & Research Bill going through parliament, Canterbury City Council producing a report into higher and further education and the Boundary Commissioning consulting on the future of political constituencies so you will be joining us through an incredibly exciting time.

Please note that due to funding this internship is only open to students in the School of Politics and International Relations.

Candidates must use the application process to show how they meet the essential specifications listed. Specifications marked not essential may help application but are not a requirement to be successful.

To apply, please visit: https://www.kentunion.co.uk/news/article/11586/Public-Affairs-Intern/

Applications close at 12pm on 6th October