Heineken International Graduate Programme 2013

Every year HEINEKEN employs graduates directly into different roles across our business and through graduate recruitment schemes in some of our local markets. Whilst some of these programmes have an international element, we have a specific programme for those focused on a long term international career.

Our International Graduate Programme (IGP) is your chance to make an impact from day one. Our aim is to develop a pool of internationally-minded individuals with the potential and capability to become leaders within HEINEKEN.

International Graduates make an impact from day one: they have the potential and the opportunity to enjoy early responsibility, accelerated development, high-quality training, continuous coaching and the rich experiences that go with international travel and multicultural working. All this is delivered in a culture that recognises and rewards high performance.
Once on board you will enjoy responsibility, development opportunities, training, coaching, travel and an environment that both stimulates intellectually and rewards high performance.

What is so great about HEINEKEN? Well our 200 leading brands and over 70 operating companies are a good place to start. The HEINEKEN brand is available across the globe, but we also brew a host of other famous brands, some reflecting local cultures and tastes and others that have reached beyond their local market. There is also our sponsorship of, the UEFA Champions League, rugby's HEINEKEN Cup, the Rugby World Cup, and

Method of Application

Application Closing Date
Note that the on-line application process will close on the 22nd of February, 2013 at midnight GMT+1 time.

How To Apply
If you feel that the International Graduate Programme is for you please http://www.graduates.heinekeninternational.com/home.php

Graduate Trainees
You will be exposed to:

An Induction Programme - A corporate induction will be organized prior to the commencement of your first assignment in September.
International Experiences - Three international assignments, each lasting six months
Career Development - A world-class training and support programme allowing you to manage your own career development
Skills Development - You will gain functional skills, in addition to unique exposure to different cultures and ways of working

Ideally you will need:

A degree – or about to graduate (preferably a Masters);
Be advised that if you are considering applying for Supply Chain that you will need to have a science or engineering background;
Up to two years of relevant work experience (voluntary, internships, professional) in your chosen function, with at least 6 months gained outside

your home country;
To speak at least three languages - one of which should be English;
A desire to live and work abroad;
To have proven leadership skills;
To have an affinity with your chosen field of specialisation;
To have genuine interest in other countries and cultures;
To be able to demonstrate your drive and desire to succeed;
A driving licence.

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