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Diversity opportunities for this summer and beyond

Posted on behalf of EmployAbility. Blogged by Polly Metcalfe on 29/06/2018.

It’s not too late to still get a placement through us for this summer and we’ve also got some new events coming up.

Vacancy of the Month

We are delighted to be working with a new employer called Acuris. They are looking for an Equity Capital Markets/Private Equity Intern to start in July for 10-12 weeks. This is a truly exciting opportunity, and for those of you looking to gain an internship this summer, this is your chance! You will have the opportunity to gain some fantastic experience with this great firm. We highly recommend you apply as soon as possible to this great internship opportunity.


Ahead of the next recruitment cycle we’re running two interview skills workshops with Goldman Sachs, one specifically on Investment Banking and one with more general tips, so do sign up as places are going fast. These workshops provide invaluable advice and information to help you gain the job you’re looking for.

Insight Day Events

We have just opened applications for the following Insight Day events taking place this coming autumn 2018.

These events will provide you with the unique opportunity to gain a genuine insight into the company. You will be welcomed to the firm’s offices, have an opportunity to meet their representatives, find out about the different business areas and opportunities available, provided with tips and advice on how to succeed in the recruitment process, and hear from those who work there and manage their disabilities in the workplace. So, please do apply to our fantastic Insight Days.

And don’t forget we’ve still got full time, graduate opportunities with Google and KPMG. All our vacancies and events are below but as ever if you have any queries or want to know more about how we can help, please do get in touch.