Advertise your Internship

Published: 17 Jul 2018

Our specialist online job board is a user-friendly, globally accessible platform offering top recruiters and jobseekers the chance to connect.

It includes a very popular board dedicated to internships in the chemical sciences. The board is regularly visited by graduates, postgraduates and candidates returning to work after a career break, all of whom rely on the board as their first stop for high quality opportunities.

Advertising your internship with us

It’s free to arrange a listing on the Chemistry World Jobs internship page.

Listings include detailed information about the position you have available, and the opportunity to provide a comprehensive overview of your organisation.

To find out more about listing your internship, just get in touch with our team.

What do I need to provide?

When you’re ready to arrange your listing, please provide us with the following details:

  • Your logo at 360x180
  • The job title you would like advertising
  • A full job description
  • Salary – this can be an accurate figure or displayed as ‘competitive’
  • The closing date for applications
  • Your contact details – eg a link to your website
  • An application form if required

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New to internships?

Organisations with an internship programme experience the impact in a wide range of positive ways:

  • Increased productivity
  • Extra, skilled resource for important projects
  • Decreased workload pressures
  • Allows you to trial before hiring
  • Interns often become committed full-time employees
  • New perspectives, fresh ideas
  • Reduced cost and commitment risks
  • Meaningfully contribute to company goals

And if you are a micro, small or medium enterprise, successfully applying for a Royal Society of Chemistry internship grant will also mean no hiring costs.

 

 

“We’ve been lucky to receive the industrial placement grant and with the help of Cogent Skills, we have a scientifically excellent student in the lab. As a young company, one extra person in the lab is a large percentage increase on the amount of scientific staff we have.”

Phil Abbott Technical Director, Reach Separations

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