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Graduate Job Graduate Food Production Trainee Manager

Vacancy Type: Graduate Job
Employer: Discovery Graduates
Reference: SEMNN10
Salary: ú22k  

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We are part of a privately owned multi-billion business with over 18,000 employees worldwide. We have an unrivalled reputation for technical innovation and product development. Building on the success of our core French fries business, we are constantly seeking new ways of offering high quality, convenient and popular foods that meet the ever changing needs of todayÆs consumers. Our ongoing expansion has led to a thriving and successful Graduate development programme. We look for ambitious individuals with personal integrity, who are passionate about everything they do and who relish new challenges and responsibility, to join our teams across the business. You will have a clear idea about what career you want to go into, with a strong academic record of achievement ( 2.1 in a relevant degree û Engineering, management, food production) and a determination and confidence to succeed in a fast moving FMCG environment. Those who thrive love the freedom to try out new ideas, the real responsibility they get from day one, the friendly and supportive culture designed to develop you to your full potential and beyond and reward based on merit. Training & Development Our graduate development programme aims to develop managerial and interpersonal skills, whilst you will also benefit from on the job training, mentoring, coaching and appraisal reviews. We are committed to providing an environment of continuous learning and where you can realise your full potential. To be considered for this Graduate Training Scheme apply today.

Location: North East England

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