Work Experience - OPPORTUNITIES
NOTE - the school Work Experience portal for searching for placements is: https://ebp-sw.learnaboutwork.org/index.asp
Students are free to search for opportunities outside of the above portal, some of which are listed below :
The Year in Industry (YINI)
The Year in Industry (YINI) scheme is delighted to again be working with this Exeter based independent, design and production engineering company, to offer a paid engineering placement starting this Summer for 12 months.
This is a call to your Year 13 students who are keen to gain relevant paid work experience in either;
- Electronics, Electrical Engineering – Full Placement description
- Production/ Manufacturing Engineering – Full Placement description
NB: To be considered for the role, students must register with YINI via our website: HERE
THE PLACEMENT COMPANY
The company has grown and is continuing to grow in a competitive environment. It employs 15 engineers developing and manufacturing innovative drilling and control equipment for the oil-field industry. With a market in specialist and bespoke equipment, it mainly produces small quantity products specifically designed and precision engineered to withstand extreme environmental conditions.
MAIN PLACEMENT PURPOSE
- You will be working in the manufacturing area, testing and assembling. Opportunities will also arise to work within other areas.
- The successful student will be able to combine planning with practical tasks.
- You will have a passion for real “hands on” engineering.
- You will be mathematically inclined, enjoy problem solving/providing solutions and being analytical.
Interviews will be held in Feb/March 2019.
- Complete an online application via the YINI website: http://www.etrust.org.uk/the-year-in-industry/apply-now
- Email your interest to Ellen Pugsley on email@example.com Stating your interest, full name and this vacancy reference 091MPSW-A/B.
- YINI will take you through the application process for this role available only via a YINI application
We help place students into paid placements with companies across the UK. Once placed, students are supported by a YINI Mentor and can attend one day Master Class Workshops to further develop their work-ready skills and could gain an Industrial Accreditation.
If any students would like to apply for the programme, please find request forms below, complete and return to firstname.lastname@example.org Once we have the form we can process and confirm where possible.
Year 10 dates
Week 1: 24-28 June 2019
Week 2: 1-5 July 2019
Year 12 dates
Week 1: 15-19 July 2019
Week 2: 22-26 July 2019
We try and run set weeks for students here in the Bristol office as we feel that this gives them the best experience that is not just shadowing an engineer at a desk. Therefore we ask that in the final box in section 4.2 of the application form that students state “Bristol Y10 week 1”.
If the chosen work experience dates do not fall within your school’s allocated slots then students can still apply (leaving the final box in section 4.2 blank). If there are any businesses or teams looking for ad hoc work experience students they will look at this list.
Closing dates will be the end of March 2019. Please ensure that all application forms get sent to email@example.com
Nuffield Research Placements 2019
I am getting in touch with a quick reminder that applications for Nuffield Research Placements are still open for your year 12 STEM students who would like some summer holiday work experience in the STEM research sector. We already have some fantastic student applications, but it is not too late for any others to get involved.
The link for student applications is below (deadline is 31st January):
National Composites Centre
for reference and more info on the company - https://www.nccuk.com/
Application is via - cover letter and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Bristol Museums - (M-Shed, Bristol Museum and Art Gallery)
To find out more, please contact: email@example.com
University of Bristol
I am pleased to let you know that Arup is taking applications for students to have 1 weeks work experience in July at our Bristol Office.
Please find application form.
Work Experience opportunities are now open for applications here at HSBC.
The HSBC Work Experience Programme is designed to encourage students from different social-economic backgrounds to find out about banking with a view of joining HSBC either after university of after school through the apprenticeship or undergraduate programmes.
The programme offers a five day shadowing experience to students in the later years of full-time secondary education, sixth form or college. The programme was set up with the idea to help young people gain an insight into a professional environment, as well as the banking industry.
All Work Experience opportunities will be available through June, July and August 2019. Specific details regarding each opportunity are available on each advert, to be found here: https://hsbc.taleo.net/careersection/external/moresearch.ftl?lang=en_GB&location=5536170451648&keyword=”HSBCWE2019%22&Location=Europe
The application process will entail some online questions and if successful, a telephone interview. To help prepare for this, we recommend checking out our Application Hints and Tips page here: http://www.hsbc.com/careers/application-hints-and-tips.
Our placements will be spread out across the UK and students can list their location preferences when applying, but please note that we cannot make any guarantees on placing a student in their preferred location as this is subject to availability.
All applications should be submitted before the deadline of 27th January 2019. As places will be limited, we will be offering placements on a rolling basis, therefore students should apply early to avoid disappointment.
For further information on the programmes please see our main page here: http://www.hsbc.com/careers/students-and-graduates/programmes/uk-work-experience-programme.
We look forward to hearing from you.
HSBC Work Experience Recruitment Team
HSBC Bank Plc
Level 35, 8 Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London, E14 5HQ
Phone: 0207 832 8300