Graduate Management Trainee
graduate scheme

Graduate Management Trainee

Employer
G's
Salary
Competitive salary
Location
Cambridgeshire
Time left to apply
2 days to apply on Prospects

Job description

Are you passionate about food? Looking for a career in fresh produce?

G’s Graduate Scheme is right for you.

Our two-year training programme comprises four six-month placements, with opportunities in all areas of our business and internationally at our locations across the world. With placements in commercial, technical, operations, business functions and of course farming, each programme is designed to develop the skills and knowledge that will support you in your chosen career path.

Leadership and management training, a dedicated mentor and a structured programme will support your learning and help prepare you to be a future leader of our business.

Starting: intakes in September 2018 / February 2019.

Company information

Established in 1952, G’s is a global fresh produce business with an annual turnover of more than 450 million. Founded by Guy Shropshire, G’s is still a family run business with a flat structure and a lack of hierarchy – maintaining that family feel. As a vertically integrated business, G’s do everything from seed to shelf – from planting and growing, to logistics and marketing. A truly international business, G’s employ over 7,000 staff across the globe and the career opportunities are vast. Employees are at the heart of the business and G’s promote from within – developing talent internally to create a sustainable future.

Person requirements

Qualifications and experience requirements

Open to graduates from all degree discipline.

Accepted degree subjects

Any

Salary

Competitive salary

Location

Cambridgeshire

How to apply

Please email Faye Coleridge via the Apply button for an application form.

Closing date: 31/12/2017

This job listing will no longer be available on Prospects from 24/10/2017

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