Graduate Programme – International Freight Forwarding UK Programme – National rotations

Salary: £25,000 plus £500 joining bonus + benefits + salary review
Location: Nationwide
Start date: Sep-2018
Sectors: Distribution & Logistics, Management

Our Graduate Programme is a structured two year development programme offering talented individuals the opportunity to build valuable operational and commercial skills in a fast-moving global logistics environment.

Starting in September 2018 the programme beings with induction and our graduates enjoy a warm welcome to the business and immediately start to build their professional network. Each of our programmes consists of rotational business placements to ensure breadth and depth of learning and experience over the two year programme.

On the job learning is complemented by dedicated graduate development workshops and further professional development through sponsorship of your CILT qualification. In addition, all graduates are part of our trainee network hub and are supported by dedicated Graduate sponsors and buddies from across the business.

We have twelve International Freight Forwarding offices across the UK and our teams are passionate about delivering customer excellence, continually improving our services and building our market position.

We’re the number one global seafreight operator and the UK is one of the cornerstones of our Global Sea Logistics product.

We have a team of over 7500 seafreight specialists working across the world, providing highly flexible services through our partnerships with leading ocean carriers. These well-established relationships guarantee capacity and the ability to adapt to growing trade volumes, quickly and efficiently.

During your programme you’ll be involved in the full range of business, sales and customer operations as you grow to deliver high-quality, tailored solutions in a demanding and fast-moving global environment. Our graduates get involved in lots of activities during their placements including import and export operations, as well as analysing and developing trade lanes.