The Scoop Weekly: 27th April 2022

Another week, another Scoop Weekly! This week, we’ve been working hard to find even more amazing opportunities and jobs for our Hype community. We’ve compiled a list of the top opportunities and programs for students and recent graduates in this Scoop Weekly!

This Scoop Weekly has something for everyone, but if there’s nothing that tickles your fancy this week, we will be back next week with more opportunities. Don’t forget, we also have a monthly Scoop email with our best opportunities and events. If you’re interested in joining the mailing list, pop us a DM on Instagram! We’ve got some big opportunities this week, including some from ASOS, Barclays and more! Have a little scroll down to see what we’ve found for you…

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BT – Cyber Security Professional


BT is offering a fantastic graduate programme to graduates with a 2:1 or higher. Whether you’re interested in future innovation, defining strategy, protecting customers through security, or collaborating with teams across our organisation to develop new products, tools, and systems – or maintain existing ones – there are numerous challenges to overcome and opportunities to develop during our programme. In this job, you will acquire experience by working with a range of teams both inside Cyber security and throughout the organisation, all while networking with peers and following your chosen Learning pathway. You will also obtain knowledge and abilities in a variety of security domains and disciplines, including but not limited to design, policy, compliance, and risk. Sound good? Check it out here!


Live Nation – Marketing Executive

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Are you a marketing pro? In this role, you’ll play a major part in the delivery of marketing campaigns for performances, tours, events, clubs, and promotional services at London venues: O2 Academy Brixton, O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, O2 Forum Kentish Town, and O2 Academy Islington. In this post, you will collaborate with the director of public relations and brand communications and contribute to a dynamic team to guarantee high quality output and service, where cooperation and teamwork are at the centre of all they do. This is the position for you if you are a team player and collaborative by nature. Check it out here.


TPP – Summer Internship 2022 – Software Developer

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The summer internship is for university students in their last year. Working with TPP’s Software Developers, you will be able to work on interesting new projects and build cutting-edge software. This is a 12-week internship in which you will work on a range of projects as part of an agile development environment. Interns participate in the whole software development life cycle and collaborate closely with various teams throughout the firm as they scope out new projects and design, create, and deploy our solutions. If you’re projected a 2:1 or higher at degree level and have AAA at A-level (with an A in Maths), this would be an excellent internship to help you get started on your professional path in software development. Check it out here.

ASOS – Junior Shoot Operations Scheduler – Studios

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Calling all fashionistas! Are you organised? Love fashion? As a Junior Shoot Operations Scheduler, you will work as part of the Shoot Operations team to manage product flow into and out of the ASOS Studios by scheduling and preparing items for shoots. You will be responsible for handling 1000s of goods everyday to guarantee correctness, quality, and efficiency, therefore you must pay close attention to detail and have a strong desire to succeed. A process-driven, analytical, inventive people person with the desire to always improve and effectively organise workloads makes the greatest Junior Shoot Operations Scheduler. Check it out here.

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