Deadline: January 3, 2016 | Apply here
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Start date: end of June 2016
Duration: 10 weeks during the summer
Location: United Kingdom and Ireland
Learn about the world of Fast Moving Consumer Goods and develop valuable skills that will help further your career.
Nestlé Finance Summer Internship, 2016 programme offers you exposure to some of the world’s biggest and best-known brands, and many different opportunities to learn, develop and progress, the Nestlé Academy is the perfect place to start – and continue – building your career. It will introduce you to a potential future work environment and allow you to test your interest in a particular career before making permanent commitments. Furthermore, you’ll develop skills in applying theory to practical work situations.
You’ll join the company in their York or Gatwick offices or in one of the factories around the UK and Ireland. They offer a range of Internship types, including Sales, Marketing, Manufacturing, SHE, HR and Finance. The programme takes place for 10 weeks over the summer – from the end of June to the end of August. During this time, you’ll be assigned a relevant project or set of objectives that you’ll work on under the mentorship of your allocated line manager. The work you’ll be assigned will have real value to the business. At the end of your Internship, you’ll present your results and recommendations to senior managers and your team.
Relevant training will be provided during an induction period. This could consist of one-on-one talks with people across your department or training day sessions regarding Nestlé’s vision, values and policies. Depending on the function you join, you’ll also have training in presentation, negotiation and sales skills.
This Internship is ideal to take in the summer before your final year of university as it’s a great opportunity to prove yourself as a suitable candidate for the graduate programme.
You’ll be paid a rate of £16,500 pro-rata over the 10-week period.