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Applications Open For The McCain Foods SA Graduate-Trainee Programmes 2020

Applications Open For The McCain Foods SA Graduate-Trainee Programmes 2020. McCain Foods South Africa is currently offering a number of Graduate-Trainee Programme in various areas of study to interested and suitably qualified individuals.

The Graduate-Trainee Programmes by McCain Food South Africa are structured graduate/trainee opportunity that runs for a duration of 12 months. Successful interns will have the opportunity of acquiring work experience in a complex, international company in the Fast-Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) industry operating with an integrated supply chain such as agriculture, manufacturing, sales and marketing and logistics and distribution.

The internship programme will encompass personal and leadership development. Moreover, the programme also covers practical experience in various projects as well as daily operations of McCain Foods SA.

Graduate-Trainee Programmes currently available are as follows:

Job ID# 41564BR Agriculture (Delmas, Mpumalanga)

Job ID# 41562BR Mechanical/Industrial (Delmas, Mpumalanga)

Job ID# 41565BR Food Science (Springs, Gauteng)

Job ID# 41328BR Communications (Johannesburg, Gauteng)

Job ID# 41561BR Consumer Science (Johannesburg, Gauteng))

Job ID# 41563BR Sales and Marketing (Johannesburg, Gauteng)

Job ID# 41554BR Information Systems and Technology (Johannesburg, Gauteng)

Requirements

Only applicants who hold a degree relevant to the graduate programme being applied for may apply. In addition, eligible applicants from historically disadvantaged groups will be given preference.

Click on the link to view the McCain SA Graduate-Trainee Programmes 2020 advert.

How To Apply?

Click here to register an account to be able to apply.

Be sure to prepare your supporting documents for uploading during the application process:

  • Comprehensive, up-to-date CV in PDF format
  • Latest scholastic record

Use the appropriate job code to quickly find the advert

Closing Date: 31 October 2019

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