Tutoring online could be the next big thing in private tutoring. But what is it, how does it work, and can you make money out of it?
Whether you’re a medical student or a foundation trainee, the prospect of divorcing yourself from a world you've (heavily) invested in is a huge one.
We've a bit of an exotic, international flavour to our jobs this week. Whether you're interested in changing the world, studying the world or just working in a beautiful part of the world there's something for you amongst our 3,027 vacancies on JobOnline.
Here are our picks for this week:
- Personal Assistant to the Charge D'Affaires, Embassy of the Republic of Haiti,
- Production Specialist – Blueberry, Driscoll's,
- Project Assistant, Isles of Scilly, RSPB,
- Internship: Creative Producer, Disney Channels, Disney,
- Graduate Internship - Learning and Participation (Music), Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance,
- Design Engineer - Postgraduate Placement, RNLI,
- Postdoctoral Researcher in Rock Physics, National Oceanography Centre,
- Graduate /Trainee Lecturer Scheme, Newham College,
- Operations Graduate Programme, Warburtons Ltd,
- Education Co-ordinator, River & Rowing Museum,
- Digital Internship – Vogue, Condé Nast,
- Researcher on Children's Rights in the Middle East and North Africa, Human Rights Watch,
Thousands more jobs can be found on JobOnline.
Do you know your Premier Plus, GTTR, SCITT and QTS? Those who do, teach. With so many changes to graduate routes into teaching, it can be difficult to know which route is best for you, what other options exist and what support you may get. The DfE Get into Teaching website has useful resources and regularly puts on free events where you can find out more about the different types of teachers, the qualification routes and how to apply.
In the recent Careers in Security forum it was mentioned by several speakers that the Police Force had traditionally been a main feeder to the sector. Whilst the profession is now more diverse the general feeling was that interesting and challenging experiences gained in the Police, H.M Forces, or elsewhere are still highly valued. This year the police have launched Police Now, a scheme similar to Teach First allowing the top graduates the opportunity to develop leadership skills on a 2 year scheme. Here a UCL graduate talks about her experiences with the MET. Thanks to our colleagues at UCL for sharing this post.
Topics: Peace, Politics and Policy
NCS with The Challenge is a government funded programme that brings together 16 and 17 year olds, from all different backgrounds, to make a difference within their local community.
“Oxfam campaigns on a range of issues to overcome poverty and suffering and we would like to invite students to join our voluntary Constituency Campaigner Programme.
The Constituency Campaigner Programme offers you the opportunity to develop your political campaigning skills and to use these to influence local politicians and other decision makers. No previous experience is required but a genuine passion and commitment to improving the lives of those living in poverty is essential. Our current priority campaigns are inequality and climate change.
If selected, you will take part in our training programme, have the ongoing support of Oxfam staff, receive monthly updates and actions designed to help you engage and influence your MP on Oxfam’s campaign issues. There will be opportunities to attend Oxfam’s events and take part in campaign actions. If you’d like to take part in the programme, please apply via our website at www.oxfam.org.uk/ccp where you will find a role description and an application form. CV’s are not required as selection will be based on the application form and a short telephone interview.
Applications should be returned to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5th October for this recruitment round.
Successful candidates will be expected to attend a full day’s induction training – either in Manchester on the 1 November or in London on the 8 November. Travel expenses to the induction training will be reimbursed.
Topics: Peace, Politics and Policy
Sorry for the short notice - the deadline is Friday lunchtime.
This internship opportunity is paid and could fit around the commitments of a current student.
AKE have often recruited from King's in the past and are currently looking to fill a full-time position in its Intelligence department. Full details are on Jobonline. They also offer remote internships, which are worth looking out for.