You’ll rotate through three roles across two years, working in a variety of live environments with the support of expert mentors as you discover what it means to work in HR at a multinational company. You might spend time with our Centre of Scale learning the foundations of our systems, and our Centre of Competence working with our Learning & Development, Talent Acquisition or Academy teams, or in one of our factories, gaining valuable experience of working in a unionised environment. It’s about learning to be a HR professional by doing the job for real.
You’ll need a degree, but that can be in any subject and at any grade—what’s most important is you’re 100% committed to the career path you’ve chosen and will give everything you’ve got into your development. That’s how you’ll secure yourself a role that you can progress as far as you want. You will need to have the right to work in the UK that is not time limited and does not require sponsorship under the Skilled Worker route either at the start of the scheme or on completion.
What will you get out of it?
As well as a starting salary of £32,000, you’ll gain the skills and confidence to make a real impact on the wider HR community at Nestlé.
How we support each other
“I am a part of the Eradicating Racism Network (ERN). The employee networks are a powerful tool for fostering diversity, inclusion and a sense of community within Nestlé. They provide a platform for employees from diverse backgrounds to connect, share experiences, and foster a sense of belonging. They have helped me connect and learn from employees from different backgrounds.”
Kamal Sharma – HR Graduate
Let’s hear about the career journeys of two recent graduates who completed our programme.
Kamal SharmaHR Graduate
Ella McNameeHR Graduate
Victoria Porter HR Graduate
Applications for the role will close Sunday 26th November 2023