About the company
2 Sisters Food Groupis one of the leading Food Manufacturers in Europe operating from over 40 sites across the UK and Ireland, and employing in excess of 23’000 employees. It’s a tasty success story that started in the early 1990’s and now turns over in excess of £3bn.
What's the job?
We’re giving you the chance to undertake the challenge of a life time and demonstrate not only your entrepreneurial spirit, but your ability to think and act with agility and pace while demonstrating your desire to help us lead the food industry. We’re looking for the cream of the crop, the prime cut, the ripest fruit to join our business as we continue to grow and innovate within the food manufacturing industry.
This exciting opportunity will see you travelling across the UK and Ireland as you build your knowledge from the ground up. You will benefit from working with industry leaders in their field and developing a knowledge of the industry like no other.
This is a unique approach to Graduate Programmes, it’s a chance to really get a head start on your career. Unlike most entry level positions, here at 2 Sister Food Group we’re going to give you the chance to very quickly progress your career as you become the Rising Stars of today and the Leaders of Tomorrow by taking up “Live roles” with immediate effect after completion of your induction.
Here at 2 Sisters Food Group we will invest time and money in to your development as we take the raw ingredients you bring and turn you in to the best in show within your chosen specialism.
What do you need?
Do you have the four ingredients of success?
- Make things happen with agility and pace
- Seek out and thrive on a challenge
- The desire to lead in the food industry
- Entrepreneurial spirit
Skills / Experience / Qualifications
- Minimum 2:1 degree (Business Management / Administration)
- Completed an industrial placement / or have 12 month work experience
- Willing to relocate anywhere in the UK and Ireland as required
- UK driving licence
- Previous experience within a food manufacturing organisation