McCain Foods Graduate Trainee Program for young South Africans 2017/2018

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Young south Africans are invited to apply for the McCain Foods Graduate Trainee Program for young South Africans 2017/2018, only persons that have complied with the eligibility criteria will be considered for this program.

Type: Graduate trainee program

Country:  South Africa
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Job Description

McCain Foods (SA) is offering opportunities to Graduates in Food Science, Food Technology, Finance, Engineering (Mechanical / Chemical / Industrial), Supply Chain or Agriculture to join us for a one year internship.

The Internship consist of a Leadership Development Program and practical experience in your chosen field of study.

The Leadership Program will give you the skills to manage your own development and career effectively in a global organization with a family culture.

Requirements:
A Degree of Diploma in Food Science, Food Technology, Finance, Engineering (Mechanical / Chemical / Industrial), Supply Chain or Agriculture.
25 years or younger.
South African Citizen
Previous Leadership roles advantageous.

Competencies:
Courage
Resilience
The ability to engage a team
Customer Focus
Ability to collaborate
Strong sense of accountability
Results orientation

Application Closing Date 31-Oct-2017

For More Information:

Visit the Official Webpage of the McCain Foods Graduate Trainee Program 2017/2018

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