We are working with several leading employers to support neurominorities through their internship programmes. These employers are committed to making their process for recruitment, employee engagement and retention more accessible and neurodiversity friendly.
All interns applying for the below roles will receive support throughout the recruitment and onboarding process, as well as during the internships themselves.
Roles in technology
Our client is a Worldwide Information Technology Partner, employing over 110,000 employees in 73 countries and with an annual revenue of € 12 billion. They are recruiting for several roles under the Government Kickstart Scheme. No prior experience is necessary but applicants must be 18-24 years old, on Universal Credit, eligible for the scheme and be referred through the DWP.
- Bid Desk Coordinator: Working within the UK Bid Desk (incremental pre-sales) organisation, this internship will work alongside the Demand Managers and Solution Architect community to support new and incremental business, bringing together written material and data that can be used to support our pre-sales proposal production process. Find out more about the Bid Desk Coordinator role here.
- Next Think Analyst: This internship will produce reports containing data from Excel and other sources, undertake root cause analysis (for which training will be given) and support the proactive fix of issues. Find out more about the Next Think Analyst role here.
- Customer Engagement DWO: Part of the Customer Relationship Team, the purpose of this role is to enhance client perception and influence client advocacy to support account and market growth. This is achieved through relationship building, managing and influencing perception and ensuring account team engagement through communications and engagement initiatives. Find out more about the Customer Engagement DWO role here.
- Customer Engagement Consultant: The Defence Team is seeking an individual to join a small customer engagement team whose focus is to develop better relationships with our customer- the Ministry of Defence. The role is varied and suits a flexible and inquisitive individual who is keen to learn a broad range of skills including communications, planning and change management. Find out more about the Customer Engagement Consultant role here.
Working hours for the above roles are 25 hours per week. To find out more, email email@example.com.