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Vodafone on the lookout for graduates
Thursday, 28 January 2010
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Vodafone, the telecommunications giant, has urged university leavers to apply for its graduate recruitment scheme, the Independent reports.
Graduate job hunters with a flair for the web may want to give the scheme a go if only for the perks that come with it.
Everyone of the 50 spots on the 12-month scheme has a starting salary of £25,000, while participants receive thorough training and are entitled to 28 days holiday.
Matthew Brearley, Vodafone's head of human resources, told the paper: "Vodafone offers a world of opportunity and a working environment at the cutting edge of technological and social change.
"At the end of 12 months, we'll be taking on as many people as we believe are cut out to succeed in the organisation."
He added that the firm is looking for candidates willing to succeed and with the qualities of "judgement, drive and impact".
Applications for the scheme end tomorrow (January 29th) and can be accessed via the company's careers website.
Based on figures from March 31st 2009, Vodafone employs more than 79,000 people worldwide.