Jobs at Goldsmiths

Jobs at Goldsmiths

Fixed-Term Graduate Leadership Trainee

Department
Human Resources
Vacancy Type
Fixed-Term
Contract Length
18 Months
Full-Time/Part-Time
Full Time
Salary
30,176.19 - 34,403.15
Interview Date
To Be Confirmed
Contact Details
Bethan Williams / B.Williams@gold.ac.uk
Actual Hours
35
FTE
1.0
Posted Date
31/10/2019
Closing Date
14/01/2020
Ref No
8813
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The university sector is one of the most innovative, vibrant and exciting environments in which to build your future career. If you're looking for a graduate programme that may lead to a highly successful and dynamic career in an entrepreneurial, global sector, Ambitious Futures is it.

This cutting-edge programme will show you how the challenging and stimulating business of a university operates. A key aspect of your training will see you working alongside a diverse range of partners, from students and employers to funding bodies and commercial organisations. It’s the opportunity to contribute to a life you have already experienced and enjoyed, and make a difference to the learning of future generations of students.

You will be employed by Goldsmiths and will take part in an 18-month programme split into three placements. The first and last of these placements will be based at Goldsmiths, and the second placement will take you to a different partner university in the region.

There are two Ambitious Futures Graduate Trainee posts available at Goldsmiths from September 2020 and applications are now open.

Equality, inclusion and social justice are values which are incredibly important to Goldsmiths. We encourage applications by graduates from diverse backgrounds.   

Eligibility: You will have graduated (undergraduate or postgraduate) since July 2015, or you expect to have graduated by the start of the programme in September 2020. If you do not have a postgraduate qualification, you must have achieved or be predicted to achieve at least a 2:1 in your undergraduate degree. You must be eligible to work in the UK for the length of the programme (until end of February 2022).