DCC - Logistics Graduate Programme

Salary: £27K + benefits
Location: Nationwide, Denmark, France, Ireland, Sweden
Start date: Sep-2018
Sectors: Distribution & Logistics, Health, Computing & IT, Management, Energy & Utilities

Your Future, Accelerated
Our programme is designed to develop talented, ambitious graduates to be the future of DCC.

If you want to join an ever-expanding international business, and you’re looking to reach the highest levels of the commercial world then the DCC Graduate Programme is the perfect choice.

One intensive development experience.
The DCC Graduate Programme offers you an opportunity to work in up to two different companies, divisions and countries over the course of the two year programme.

Alongside your on-the-job training, there will be regular learning and development opportunities and we will also provide funding for you to gain a professional qualification. You will be supported throughout the programme by your Line Manager, a dedicated Coach, a Graduate Buddy, your Graduate Programme Business Contact and of course, the Graduate Programme team.

Real variety. Real impact.
At the heart of all our operations is our industry leading logistics capability. Whether it is coordinating a fleet of tankers or providing end user fulfilment for major internet shopping sites, our capabilities provide competitive advantage. As a graduate in the Logistics stream you will be exposed to our varied operations, gain real operational responsibility and be expected to lead business improvement to ensure high performance standards are met for our customers.

Typical projects you may be involved in include:
• Use customer forecasting to match supply to demand
• Assess operational performance across a department, make recommendations and implement changes
• Be part of a capital expenditure project such as a new IT software system
• Create innovative logistical solutions such as delivery of new route planning systems

What we look for
As well as a 2:1 degree (or equivalent) in any discipline, you will need to be able to demonstrate strong team, communication and relationship building skills. You will also need to be highly adaptable and given the rotational nature of the programme, you must also be willing to move regularly around the UK, Ireland and potentially to Europe.

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