Your chance to win a Three Month Paid Internship!
A graduate recruiter, Luke Trinder of Yes Trans knows there is a wealth of talent in GSM and will be on campus to recruit an internship in June 2014 to grow his business in the corporate sector.
Luke believes in rewarding talent and as he explains, the role is paid with the chance to earn a commission for new clients introduced to YesTrans. It will be for 3 months and he will consider flexible days of working for the right candidate. In addition to a basic rate of pay, a monthly commission will also paid so there is no ceiling on earnings.
Luke’s business objective is to grow YesTrans across the legal, pharmaceutical, banking & legal sectors and to build upon its strong reputation for outstanding customer focus. He keen to recruit a high calibre graduate from GSM who will play a key role in expanding the high quality translation service to a wider range of corporate clients.
As an entrepreneur and founder of the company , Luke is clear about his selection criteria. He is looking for an individual who can establish new client relationships and has a passion for business development. Luke also believes the individual should possess outstanding communication skills to succeed in engaging with potential clients. In addition, he needs a graduate with an excellent standard of English both written and oral and a flair to use social media to source and nurture new clients.
Overall Luke views this internship as a prime customer facing role and applicants should have a confident telephone manner with ability to make cold calls. Luke requires a graduate with a ‘can do attitude’ and ability to work in small business focussed team in an organisational methodical manner.
Interested final year students should register their interest by emailing careerszone before 7th May 2014 and register on the Student Portal. Then they will need to put together an annual social media strategy for YesTrans (preferably in Power Point) detailing how this can be used to grow Luke’s business by 9 May 2014 to careerszone. The presentation should include objectives, target audiences and development plans to develop the YesTrans business client base.
Short listed candidates will be notified by 13th May and invited to attend a presentation workshop on 14th May 2014 to practice their presentation and receive feedback from GSM careers. By entering the competition this will assist graduates with other applications, as graduate recruiters are using a range of selection criteria including presentations to short list applicants. Other advantages of taking part in this competition include practising applications, pitching ideas and going in front of a graduate recruiter on campus.
Short listed candidates will then pitch their ideas to Luke Trinder on 22 May 2014 Greenwich. All applicants will receive further feedback. Luke may appoint the successful applicant on the day or if the competition is fierce invite some of the applicants to a final interview at his offices.
So do not delay register now on the student Portal or email careerszone – you have to be in it to win it!