Business Enhancement Scheme
Are you self motivated, keen to learn and enthusiastic?
Work with prestigious Yorkshire based companies whilst also gaining a masters degree and earning at least £16,000 per annum.
The Business Enhancement Scheme enables recent graduates to gain work experience for periods of between 2 to 24 months. You would be employed by Leeds Metropolitan University and would work full time at a company premises. In addition, you would be provided with expertise and guidance from an academic mentor. We are currently looking for:
- Web developers
- IT support Technician
- Network System engineers
- Mobile app developers
- Web designers
- Digital marketers
Interested in the above vacancies? Email: email@example.com with your CV, highlighting what you have done and where your talents lie.
If you have any questions please contact;
Tel: 0113 812 1904
Case Study: Leeds City Council
The UK Centre for Events Management within the School of Events, Tourism and Hospitality in Carnegie Faculty has successfully delivered the University's first Business Enhancement Scheme.
The project was commissioned by Leeds City Council and created 16 weeks of employment for a recent graduate. As well as access to a graduate with knowledge of the specific subject area, Leeds City Council also benefited from the input of event management experts from within the University.
"The scheme enables businesses and organisations to benefit from our research in specific areas, embedding knowledge to enhance products and services." Jackie Mulligan, Principal Lecturer at Leeds Metropolitan.
As a result of this scheme, Leeds City Council now has a robust and scalable evaluations toolkit which provides a consistent approach to evaluation, will allow benchmarking of cultural events to take place on an annual basis. The local authority will be able to reflect on the value of culture by measuring the social and economic impacts of cultural events organised in the city.
Project Associate, Beata Olah, enhanced a number of her skills thanks to her role in the scheme:
- Development of project management, time management and organisational skills
- Gained strong analytical skills
- Developed a greater knowledge of events/culture and arts marketing
- Ability to use knowledge of research and events evaluation in real-life situation
- Developed a network of contacts
- Gained experience of grant application systems and funding criteria.