A look at three companies that have an impressive breadth of skills in their workforces.
Dyson, the international technology company, is developing an electric car for launch in 2020. Dyson's innovative approach to product development has delivered a wealth of base technologies that should be a warning flag to existing players in the automotive market. One need not watch from the sidelines though, one could join Dyson and be part of their amazing developments.
Dyson engineering careers, Dyson commercial careers, Dyson graduates, apprentices & intern programmes
ITV has turned itself into a world-class content creator delivering to online, pay and interactive channels. The market is highly competitive and ITV is well placed for the changes coming to the industry. ITV offers a broad range of opportunities including production, HR, technology, finance, marketing, research, sport and broadcast operations.
ITV career site
INEOS, founded less than twenty years ago has positioned itself as a major player in chemical production: 17,000 employees, operating in 60+ countries and turning over $40 Billion. When your business is chemical production at scale it's hard to summarise the impact a company has but INEOS puts it rather well: "Our businesses produce the raw materials that are essential in the manufacture of a wide variety of goods: from paints to plastics, textiles to technology, medicines to mobile phones". Head to their careers sites to find out more.
INEOS UK careers site, INEOS graduate career site