Featured employers with current grad and summer vacancies: Sharp & PA Consulting

Sharp Laboratories of Europe has had significant  involvement and success in the development of semiconductor laser diodes and laser based optical systems that are used in many products such as  image projectors, BluRay disc players and in next  generation AR smart glasses.  They are now looking for a researcher/engineer to join their device modelling theme located on the  Oxford Science Park, Oxford.

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PA Consulting is a management consultancy whose Technology Practice is a place where science, technology and market needs meet to think up solutions for some of the most perplexing problems in business. It’s about developing new products, original processes, advanced systems and unique technologies for clients who are often market-leaders. Ultimately, it’s about revolutionising industries by thinking differently, taking a fresh approach and challenging convention. They have a 10-week internship on offer

Working with like-minded scientists and engineers, you’ll take responsibility for vitally important elements of a development project. Very early in your internship you might find yourself getting involved in developing a new medical device, new diagnostics or a new consumer product. You could see a product at any stage from concept through prototype manufacture and even launch.

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Who wants to be a Civil Servant?

Good introduction to the Civil Service Fast Stream, which includes a science route too.

The Careers Service Blog

Thanks to Sophie Finlayson, one of this year’s Civil Service Fast Stream reps, for this quick guide to the UK Civil Service Fast Stream graduate programme. University of Edinburgh graduates are usually well represented in each year’s fast stream intake, and if you are interested in this option we would encourage you to talk to the Civil Service Fast Stream reps on campus, and make use of the support we can provide too.

Has a career in the Civil Service ever crossed your mind?

Unless you know someone who works in government, it can be pretty hard to imagine what a role there might involve. Jobs like ‘Change Manager’, ‘Digitiser’ or ‘Programme Support Officer’ are hardly as recognisable as your traditional doctor, lawyer, or teacher. I can’t say I’ve seen many school children dressed as ‘Policy Officers’ for careers day.

Yet, in 2017 more than 40,000 graduates registered for the…

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