Nestlé Operations Degree Apprenticeship
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On this programme, you'll enjoy the best of both worlds. You'll have all the benefits of earning a living, gaining valuable technical experience and picking up industry know-how alongside Nestlé experts. At the same time, you'll have dedicated time away from work, studying for a full BA (Hons.) degree at Sheffield Hallam University, which will give you the academic knowledge you need to back up your experience and enhance your career potential. To find out more about Sheffield Hallam University please click here https://www.shu.ac.uk/about-us
Your start date will be August/September 2017 and your starting salary will be £16,000, with the potential to increase on each year of the programme providing you've successfully completed your training and met performance expectations.
This is a new programme and a fantastic opportunity to gain real technical, production and manufacturing experience while studying for a business degree.
You'll be tackling a real job from day one as a key member of our production teams, making a genuine contribution to the business. The focus will be on developing your skills and knowledge, so your job will support your learning as you work towards your fully-funded final degree. Yes, we will pay for your studies too!Requirements and prospects Desired skills
We're looking for ambitious and innovative candidates with a genuine passion for learning and developing a production and manufacturing career in the food and drink industry.
Studying for a degree while holding down a job in a fast-moving business like ours can be demanding and challenging yet rewarding. That's why we're looking for high quality people with real potential who can match our ambition. In return, we'll pay your course fees, as well as all your costs for accommodation, meals and travel while you're studying in Sheffield. Not to mention the provision of great support and a variety of benefits.Qualifications required
In line with the updated UCAS scoring system, candidates completing their A-levels in 2017 will need 104 UCAS points from three A Levels (excluding General Studies) or equivalent to be eligible for this programme. The equivalent requirement based on the former UCAS scoring system (2016 and previous) is 260 UCAS points.Future prospects We are looking to set you up for an exciting and varied career with potential opportunities to continue your learning and development following completion of your Apprenticeship, provided expected Nestlé standards have been met. Things to consider Please note roles will be filled as and when suitable candidates have been made successful. To enable you to build the necessary skills and relevant experience on this programme, candidates will need to be happy to work shift rotations, comprising days, nights and weekends.