Nestlé Agricultural Graduate Programme
The Nestlé Graduate Programme is now open for applications and we are looking for the next potential young talent to join our East and Southern Africa team. We are committed to providing opportunities for students who are looking to kick-start their careers.
The Graduate Programme is a highly sought-after programme that sees in excess of over 6000 applications per year. Graduates are taken through a 24 months rotational development programme that introduces the working world of Nestlé, as well as a strong foundation for further development.
What will make you successful
- Successful completion of the gamification application game C-Factor (thetalent.games)
- A relevant completed BSc Agricultural Sciences qualification
- Over 65% academic average
- A great team player with excellent interpersonal and communication skills
HOW TO APPLY
Step 1: Complete the Talent Games on the following link https://nestle.thetalent.games/south-africa/index.html This game can be played on both mobile & desktop, so please feel free to use the medium you are most comfortable with.
Step 2: Once you've applied & played Talent Games, you will receive a confirmation. Our Talent Acquisition Team will then carefully assess your application and provide you with feedback every step of the way!
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