This is your chance to lead the creation of great products and services as part of an award-winning British Gas team.
At Centrica, we secure and supply the energy that keeps millions of homes and businesses running. Join us, on our Commercial Marketing Graduate Programme, and you can help tackle some of the most important challenges we are facing, now and in the future.
You’ll progress through a series of four placements, designed to help you develop a broad understanding of how to market British Gas products and brands. Some of the questions you’ll be asking along the way include: Is British Gas delivering what people need? What should our message be to customers in homes and businesses throughout Britain? How can we ensure we continue to do the right thing with so much change impacting the energy sector and the markets we operate in?
The programme kicks off with a three-month stint in one of our customer contract centres where you’ll experience life on the frontline with one of our brands. For the next three placements, you’ll contribute to high-level projects across our business while working in various commercial marketing roles.
Your responsibilities could range all the way from gathering customer insight to developing material for TV and social media campaigns. And there will be plenty of opportunities for you to enhance your commercial awareness and develop your leadership and business management skills.
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This programme frequently pushes you outside your comfort zone. So you’ll definitely need to be someone who enjoys a challenge, and who can show initiative and solve problems every step of the way. You’ll also need to combine customer focus with a good understanding of how to deliver commercial value. A minimum 2:1 degree is essential (2:2 if combined with a Master’s).
Accepted degree subjects
£27,000 plus £3,000 starting bonus
How to apply
Closing date: 13/11/2017
This job listing will no longer be available on Prospects from 13/11/2017