Work Placements

EmployAbility Source – Tech Roles

13 Nov 2014

We have a number of exciting opportunities available in the Technology Sector with Google, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley. Whether you are interested in algorithm design, analysis, app development, cloud computing, machine learning, information security, site reliability and infrastructure or anything else, you will likely find something here for you. Google […]

Future Options – Investment Banking Roles….

31 Oct 2014

Have you been considering a role with an investment bank but aren’t sure where to start or what’s available? Interested in working with some of the best banks and financial institutions out there? We’ve got a wide range of roles available that are open to disabled* students from a variety of degree disciplines. Here’s more information […]

Dow EmployAbility Internship Programme 2011

Dow are offering internship opportunities in a number of different function areas in locations in the UK and across Europe, including: Research & Development Manufacturing & Engineering Sales & Marketing These are competitively paid placements with a duration of between 3 and 12 months. What’s in it for you? Possibility to work for a global […]

Goldman Sachs EmployAbility Work Placement Programme Technology Division 2011

Location: London Start date: end of June 2011 Duration of placement: 6 months or 1 year The Goldman Sachs EmployAbility work placement gives students with disabilities the opportunity to obtain invaluable work experience and gain insights into the industry. EmployAbility is the not-for-profit organisation that facilitates and manages the selection and recruitment for disability inclusive […]

Financial Services Authority EmployAbility Work Placement 2011

About the Financial Services Authority As the UK’s main financial services regulator, the Financial Services Authority (FSA) tackles regulation from both a prudential and consumer angle – what better starting point for a career in financial services? Their remit covers five key areas: to maintain market confidence; to raise public awareness of the financial system; […]

Credit Suisse Training Programmes 2010

Credit Suisse Europe Middle East and Africa (EMEA) Training Programmes for Students/ Graduates with Disabilities 2010 Most people who join us do so because of ‘the people’. We appeal to intelligent and outgoing personalities who want to work together in an atmosphere of co-operation and respect. It’s a different perspective on how a big bank […]

Mayer Brown Work Experience Programme 2010

31 Jan 2010

The Mayer Brown EmployAbility Work Experience Programme 2010 for students/ graduates with disabilities

About Mayer Brown

With more than 125 partners, 220 associates and 60 trainee solicitors Mayer Brown’s London office provides a full service presence working together with its US, European and Asian counterparts to provide clients with complete representation on local and multi-jurisdictional matters alike.

Lawyers at Mayer Brown practise in a wide range of areas including corporate, finance, litigation and dispute resolution, real estate, insurance and reinsurance, pensions and employment, competition and trade, tax, intellectual property, and information technology. Clients include many of the FTSE and Fortune 500 companies from the worlds of banking, insurance, communications, industrials, energy, construction, professional services, media, pharmaceuticals, chemicals and mining.

The London office client base is diverse and includes blue-chip corporates, multinationals, private companies, partnerships, financial institutions and intermediaries. Practice area experience is complemented by an in-depth industry focus in chosen sectors. Furthermore, a key strength of the firm is its capacity to advise companies and businesses across a range of activities, from day to day work to one-off special projects, contentious and non-contentious.

About The Work Experience Programme

Mayer Brown has joined with EmployAbility to offer you a three week work experience programme during the spring or summer which will allow you to experience working within a leading law practice while being paid a competitive salary. You will gain valuable practical experience of two of the major legal departments of your choice. In addition to working alongside a Partner or Assistant, a number of training seminars and visits are also organised as part of your programme. These could range from visiting City financial institutions to attending social events with Mayer Brown trainees.

The Work Experience Programmes take place at Easter and during the summer and are based in the London office. The Work Experience Programmes are primarily for law undergraduates in their penultimate or final year at university, non-law undergraduates in their final year and graduates from all disciplines.

How to apply?

Please download an application form and email to applications@employ-ability.org.uk

Closing date: Applications for this programme have now closed.

Please submit your applications for these vacancies as soon as possible. Places are filled on a first come, first served basis and will be filled very quickly. To avoid disappointment, ensure you send your application to us as soon as you can. Don’t wait for the closing date. APPLY NOW! Interviews will take place at the end of January and beginning of February 2010.

Please contact Justin Penney on 07776 090 508, info@employ-ability.org.uk should you require this form in an alternative format or have any questions.

Are you also interested in finding out more about the Mayer Brown Training Contract? If so please read further details and information of how to apply.

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