GCI Health launches ‘The ZEST Project’ to find top talent

GCI Health has launched The ZEST Project for the second year in a row as it looks to attract the UK’s top graduate talent.

Applications for The ZEST Project open today and close 30 June as the agency looks to find a successful candidate for September 2016.

As part of the application process, the agency invites candidates to develop a short video about themselves as well as a brief written submission.

Shortlisted applicants will have to participate in a day of specially designed workshops and induction sessions at GCI Health’s offices in central London.

Rikki Jones, director at GCI Health, said: “We’re focused on finding the most outstanding young talent to join our agency but equally view The Zest Project as an opportunity to improve awareness of health communications as a career option among graduates.

“Diversity is important to us and we’re interested in uncovering and supporting the career development of graduates from various backgrounds, beyond just life sciences and communications. What matters most is intelligent curiosity.”

Pete Style, junior account executive at GCI Health, was recruited at last year’s graduate scheme.

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