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Graduate Job Logistics Management Trainee

Vacancy Type: Graduate Job
Employer: Geodis UK Limited
Reference: GP-GEO
Salary: £20,000-£22,000pa  

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GEODIS is one of Europe's leading logistics groups.

With 23,000 staff across the world, we are a truly global player. Our worldwide alliance with Rohde&Liesenfield means we are active in every single significant commercial centre.

Our business covers all aspects of logistics from physical transport by road, air and sea through project forwarding, warehouse and stock management and total supply chain management.

Our growth in the UK is significant and to support development now and in the future we have developed a Graduate Training Programme offering exposure to all aspects of our business.


THE GRADUATE MANAGEMENT TRAINEE PROGRAMME

We have a number of opportunities for Graduate Management Trainees. You will have the opportunity to experience key areas of the business whilst completing our Graduate Training Programme.

The programme will include a number of projects enabling you to demonstrate your ability to put your theory into practice and gain first class experience within the industry.

We ONLY welcome applicants with Logistics/Transport degrees, or a Business degree where you can demonstrate an interest in logistics.

You will need commercial awareness, strong PC skills, to be numerate with effective organisational and strong administration skills and have a good understanding of written and spoken English.

In return we offer an excellent starting salary of £20,000 to £22,000 p.a.

Simply click Apply below. PLEASE ENSURE YOU ATTACH YOUR CV AND COVERING LETTER.

Closing date: 12th May 2006

Location: Any Location

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