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Enterprise Rent-A-Car announces more than 250 vacancies

Published: Tuesday, 16 February 2016   Category: All Graduate Jobs News

Enterprise Rent-A-Car, one of the world’s largest car rental groups, has announced more than 250 graduate vacancies.

As part of its celebrated Management Trainee Programme, the renowned company is boasting a number of positions in various locations, including England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland. This news comes as part of the company’s latest recruitment initiative, and is being driven by the brand’s sustained growth.

Last year alone, Enterprise Rent-A-Car hired 1,000 graduates from 100 universities, all of who boasted a variety of degrees and results.

As management trainees, graduates are able to undergo an all-encompassing training programme, covering a wide range of business subjects, including business management, management skills, sales, marketing, customer service and fleet control.

Enterprise Rent-A-Car also offers a variety of progression-style vacancies. Graduates have the chance to work their way up extremely quickly, many of who become assistant branch managers in less than two years. On top of this, employees can expect to receive a percentage of the profits created by their branch. This basically means, the harder you’re willing to work, the more you’ll see in terms of your salary.

Additionally, Enterprise Rent-A-Car is one of the few graduate employers who don’t necessarily require relocation, an asset to those wishing to stay in a particular city or town.

Natalie Staines, who began her career as a management trainee for Enterprise Rent-A-Car and is now a regional sales manager for sister company City Car Club, said: “I loved that from the beginning I was a decision-maker. I was never treated any differently as a trainee.”

Another long-term employee, area manager Lizzy Scholey, added: “I was told that career progression within Enterprise is promising. What I didn’t realise is how quickly I would progress.”

She explained that she became an assistant manager within 11 months and was promoted up to branch manager only a year and a half after first starting, highlighting the sort of opportunities that are available.

For a wide range of graduate schemes and other roles, visit Grad Plus today

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