Manufacturing Graduate Scheme
graduate scheme

Manufacturing Graduate Scheme

Nestle UK Ltd
Dalston · Halifaxand 2 others

Job description

As Nestlé is the world’s largest food and drink manufacturer, manufacturing is central to the ongoing success of our business.

On the Nestle Manufacturing Graduate Scheme you can gain safe experience of the manufacturing process of globally-recognised brands, across a number of roles.

What can you expect?
On our two year programme, Manufacturing Graduates can embed themselves within the Nestlé continuous excellence teams on site and begin to learn and implement key manufacturing excellence tools such as Goal Alignment, every day problem solving and Focused Improvement.

You will contribute to the factory's operational master plan by carrying out loss analysis, scoping and where possible delivering improvement projects. You will be attending, contributing and coaching within our Operational Reviews, and given front line management development and experience, shadowing and standing in for shift managers.

Nestle graduates have extensive opportunities to learn, develop and progress, and can look forward to a varied and potentially high profile career. You’ll have the support of a dedicated graduate champion and strong links to our leadership team.

Person requirements

Our Graduate programme is designed to help you build on certain strengths. These include being a quick learner, strong team player and talented organiser who is good at building relationships and focused on achieving results. It’s also important that our Manufacturing Graduates have an analytical mind and are always looking for ways to make things even better.

Accepted degree subjects




£2,000 starting bonus


Dalston · Halifax · Sudbury · York

Contract and working hours

Permanent · Full-time

How to apply

Number of vacancies: Two

Closing date: Continuous recruitment

This job listing will no longer be available on Prospects from 04/01/2018

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