2018 Imperial Logistics Graduate Programme

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Graduate Programme at Imperial Logistics

Imperial Logistics invites applications for a structured 12 month Graduate Development Programme (GDP) with specific exposure to Logistics. Candidate will be based at an operating company within the Imperial Logistics Group in Gauteng or the Western Cape.

The GDP provides immersive, hands-on experience, and is aimed to provide graduates with relevant on-the-job experience and exposure through work experience, work assignments, and special projects. Graduates will develop an in-depth understanding and knowledge of the chosen discipline as the company gives them access to explore and understand various aspects of how the business works. Graduates have access to an active support network of line managers, professional mentors, on-the-job coaches, HR and a dedicated Graduate Development Manager – all on hand to help the Graduate to get the most from the experience and position so that they drive their own career. The company is excited to be in a position to offer such a meaningful journey to their graduates and are confident that, together, they can make things happen to help kick start their careers.

With extensive operations throughout Europe and Africa, Imperial Logistics is uniquely placed to partner companies in leveraging the value inherent in their supply chains.

Requirements

  • Relevant Degree (completed) in these areas: IT/HR/Marketing/ Logistics/ Supply Chain/Economics/ Finance/CIMA/Industrial Engineering/Payroll/Occupational Health and Safety
  • 0 to 2 years working experience
  • Academic Average of 65%

Skills

  • Innovative & Self driven
  • Customer orientated
  • Excellent interpersonal & communication Skills

How to apply

Closing date is 31 October 2017. Click here to apply online

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