As a global company, we have many opportunities. This could also mean an international career that broadens your experience and knowledge.
The first decision you need to make is where your passion lies. We hire students onto apprenticeship and internship programmes worldwide, based in different areas of our business.
Many of our managers and senior leaders started their career at Nestlé as graduates.
Our entry-level positions have some common characteristics such as individual responsibility and autonomy. While you’ll benefit from best-in-class training, you’ll need the drive to make the most of our formal development programmes, and on-the-job training.
We encourage our people to view their career as a journey and make the most of our many ongoing opportunities. It could be a lateral move to broaden your exposure and deepen your experience, or a promotion with increased responsibilities. Flexibility and the ability to take a long-term view are essential. Rest assured, with over 2,000 leading brands and a passion for improvement, nothing stands still for long in Nestlé – least of all, our talented professionals.
I work with a wide range of stakeholders from marketers to packers through to the third-party supply chain. The amount of training within the organisation is huge and therefore if I need to understand a process in more depth I can attend a workshop or complete online training to do so. Adil