Who are we?
InBev are the world's leading brewer and are the company behind household names such as Stella Artois, Becks, Leffe and Brahma.
- World's leading brewer
- Sales volumes of 246.5 million hectoliters in 2006
- Number one or two position in over 20 key markets – more than any other brewer
- Four Global Brands: Stella Artois®, Beck’s®, Leffe® and Brahma®
- 88,000 employees worldwide
In addition, InBev has a portfolio of more than 200 local brands including in Latin America: Skol®, the third largest beer brand in the world. In Western Europe: Jupiler®, the number 1 selling beer in Belgium. In Central and Eastern Europe: Siberian Crown,® a leading premium brand sold throughout Russia. In Asia Pacific: Cass® from South Korea, and Sedrin®, a 10 million hectoliter brand in China.
The InBev Global Management Trainee Program
As the world's leading brewer, we're there for the celebrations of more than a billion consumers.
It's a fascinating challenge that can only be met by continuing to build an enduring bond with each and every person who comes into contact with us, wherever they live. But ambitious plans are nothing without great people. That's why we run one of the most challenging management trainee programs around. A program that pushes you to prove yourself earlier, so that you can rise faster.
What we look for
Unusually for a management trainee program, we create a global pool of management trainees. In fact, many of our top executives are involved in the program from the very beginning, visiting countries around the globe to present the company and meet potential candidates.
We’re serious about finding the world’s best talent – so you will be competing against candidates not only from your own country, but from the whole continent.
If you’re successful you’ll become part of a truly great team.
Graduates from 2008 and graduates with up to two years experience are invited to apply to InBev's Management Trainee Program.
Does this sound like you?
As a management trainee, you will be expected to lead and have an opinion from the day you join the team. You will need to be results oriented and demonstrate passion in the work you do, as well as be able to inspire those around you. You will be given challenges every day, so a disciplined approach for delivering great results is required.
Meritocracy and informality at InBev creates an environment where you can ask questions to those around you with ease – so you should be curious and eager to learn from as many people as possible throughout the organization. An ability to comfortably communicate and work in English is also a necessity.
If you are looking for a real professional challenge and enjoy working hard for your success, there is no limit to how far you can go with InBev.
What we offer
We have a compensation programme which rewards great results and fuels our culture of meritocracy. In other words, great results will mean great rewards for you at InBev. This includes a base salary plus benefits with a variable pay component designed to reflect great performance. Bonus is available to the trainees once they have entered their first position after the 10 month training phase has been completed.
How to apply
Apply online at http://www.inbev.com/ownyourfuture