Our graduate schemes run for either one or two years, and put a graduate's vision and creative thinking to use by giving them the opportunity to recommend and deliver changes to our services.
As a graduate, you would be responsible for a variety of projects in a range of departments, which would involve creative and innovative ways of working.
There are currently no graduate opportunities available.
You must have a 2:1 or above in a discipline to be considered for a graduate scheme. Some of the schemes will require a specific discipline, which will be listed in the person specification.
What you can expect
If you are successful in gaining one of our graduate placements, as well as developing your skills and gaining valuable experience, you'll also receive the following;
- Competitive salary and benefits.
- Mentoring and support.
- Opportunity to work alongside former and existing graduate trainees in joint projects.
Our successful graduates
Many of our graduates go on to secure permanent jobs with us. The latest graduate to do this is Lowri who is now a Modernising Education Officer. You can find out more by reading Lowri's success story.
You can also read about Izzy's success story.