Sea Harvest Is Seeking To Recruit Young Aspiring Graduates
Sea Harvest is seeking to attract young aspiring graduates who are interested in growing and developing with the company as it expands its global reach. The structured 12-month Sea Harvest Graduate Programme will allow you to gain valuable work experience within a leading international seafood and agribusiness and, in so doing, kick-start your career.
Through their Graduate Programme, Sea Harvest believes in the acquisition, enhancement and development of young aspiring talent. The Organisation facilitates this through their structured graduate programme. Working at Sea Harvest provides our employees with a broad range of employment and development opportunities across the company.
The company is seeking to offer a graduate a 12-month programme through to gain valuable work experience within a particular field, so as to provide them with the fundamental kick-start to their career.
They are seeking Graduates in the following fields ONLY:
- BTech: Food Technology
- BSc: Food Science
- BTech: Consumer Science: Food & Nutrition
- BTech: Internal Audit
- BCom: Accounting
- BCom: Human Resources Management
- BCom: Marketing Management
- BBus.Sc: Marketing
- BEng: Industrial Engineering
- BTech: Industrial Engineering
- BTech: Information Technology
- Bachelor’s Degree, as listed per the above
- No previous study-related work experience (i.e. Graduate; Internship programme)
The ideal Graduate should be:
- Open to challenges
- Flexible and adaptable
- Willing to learn and grow
- Courageous and resilient
- A team player
- An innovative thinker
- Strong analytical skills
- Microsoft Suite Skills
- Leadership skills
- Excellent in execution
- Proactive and assertive
If you think you've got what it takes, now is your chance to apply before the closing date. CLOSING DATE: 18 October 2021
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