Amazing Work Experience Opportunities

The Club Office has been contacted today by John van Eeghen (SU 1994-99) of Reality Check Systems and James Johnston (C1 1977-80) of Johnstone and Partners both offering short-term, part-time work for recent graduates.


Reality Check Systems are offering:

Paid international work experience + all (reasonable!) expenses

Reality Check Systems is looking for support at the up and coming PDAC conference in Toronto, Canada.

Travel dates: Depart UK 28th February, Returning 5th March.  

You will be required to manage a PC and Oculus Rift VR headset on a conference booth for one of our major clients over the 4 day event and assist conference participants in using our VR experience.  The device set-up and management is simple and training will be provided.

We are looking for a presentable, fun and engaging individual, prepared to represent our values.

About Reality Check Systems:

Reality Check is a promoter of best operational practice and environmental stewardship by the extractive industries.  We advocate for the highest levels of transparency around operations at mine sites and other industrial facilities and provide the tools and platform to deliver fully immersive, data enriched tours in an easy and cost-effective manner to facilitate this ask.  Reality Check tours can be streamed on demand from our cloud platform directly to stakeholders anywhere in the world.


John van Eeghen (Founder)



Johnstone and Partners has a short-term part-time role available for a recent graduate who can handle research into companies for them. You should be capable of working alone, good at research, self-motivated and able to get projects done without delay.  The work is flexible and could be done from home.  James would love to hear from anyone interested – especially those based in London.

Handling complex problems and interesting projects for HNWs since 1999

‘This Man Can Solve Any Problem You Throw At Him’ – Tatler

Please contact James Johnston

T:   +44 20 7602 9795
M:  +44 777 444 5020


W: James Johnston