As a graduate intern at Frontline, you will be a valuable member of the Recruitment team during one of the most important and exciting points in the recruitment calendar. The internship encompasses a wide range of roles and responsibilities, through which you will develop key professional skills and gain valuable experience. Read on to get a taste of some of the work you may be involved in.
Ben greets a candidate at the assessment centre for the Frontline programme
“Leading the facilitation of the assessment centres developed my event management skills. The long days could be quite tough, but it was great getting experience of working in a fast-paced, high pressure environment.”
Jess gives a presentation to candidates at the assessment centre
“Delivering presentations and briefing candidates at the assessment centres has strengthened my confidence and interaction skills. It was great to be involved in such an integral part of the application process.”
Josie promotes some of our opportunities for students and graduates on campus
“Going out on campus was a great opportunity to meet potential candidates face-to-face, work on my public speaking and spread the good word about social work.”
Sudan meets with her recruitment officer to plan for the week ahead
“My recruitment officer really allowed me to take the lead in our weekly meetings. I had a lot of responsibility in managing my own workload and engaging with candidates. This gave me the confidence to develop professionally.”
Khadija calls a candidate to prepare them for the assessment centre.
“Calling candidates was a great opportunity to work on my coaching and interpersonal skills. I realised that the techniques used in coaching were applicable throughout my professional and personal life.”
To find out more and apply for the graduate internship, click here.