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Nestlé UK Ltd

Nestlé UK Ltd

You probably think you already know what Nestlé does. We're the people who make your Shredded Wheat and Nescafé coffee. We're the people who liven up your tea break with a Kit Kat. But did you know that we're also the people who bring you Buxton Mineral Water, Felix, Rowntree's Fruit Pastilles and After-Eights. Or that our research is pushing back the boundaries of health and nutrition around the world.

That's the thing about Nestlé: there's always something new to learn. It might be the story of our founder, Henri Nestlé, whose research into child nutrition laid the foundation for more than 140 years of commitment to good food and healthy living. Or it might be the story of how, despite being the world's leading nutrition, health and wellness company, your career with us will always have a local emphasis as well as global reach.

And all of that really is just the tip of the iceberg. There's still so much to learn.

Working at Nestlé:

Joining Nestlé means joining a global business and benefiting from a global outlook which has been handed down from generation to generation since our founding in Switzerland in the nineteenth century. But what will this mean for you?

Well, first and foremost, it will mean “thinking globally, acting locally”. That’s our phrase for how we combine a global business culture with a sustainable commitment to local business knowledge. As with so many other things, it dates all the way back to our founding, when we were one of the first businesses to create factories at the point of origin of our materials, enabling local specialists to call on their knowledge in order to get the best price and the best quality. Today, it means you’ll be joining a business which combines the freedom to implement locally relevant plans with the opportunity to call on the global expertise and wider support structure of the world’s leading nutrition, health and wellness company. We also have a real commitment to internal mobility, inspired by a deep understanding of our own complexity as a business. We believe a business this complex can only grow if its people understand and reflect that diversity. So, we’ll make sure that you are always given the freedom to move around. That might be within your own job or business area – or it might equally be moving laterally across from, say, Purina PRO PLAN to Perrier.

The other great advantage of our global outlook is the effect it’s had on the atmosphere we work in. We believe in collaboration and mutual respect, and this has resulted in us creating a culture of brilliant people pulling together to create brilliant teams.

A career with Nestlé means the chance to explore new worlds. You could get things off to a bright start with Cereal Partners UK, immerse yourself in Nestlé Waters, sample great tasting food and drink at Nestlé UK & Ireland, find all the answers in our Product Technology Centre, express your customer service skills at Nespresso UK, or celebrate your love for our furry friends at Purina PetCare (UK & Ireland).

Along the way, you'll work with many of the UK and Ireland's most cherished brands. For Cereal Partners UK, this will include Shredded Wheat, Shreddies and Cheerios. For Nestlé UK, the list is enormous, including everything from Nescafé to Kit Kat and Yorkie. At Nestlé Waters, you'll have the chance to work with local heroes like Buxton and continental favourites such as Perrier and San Pellegrino. Then there's our Product Technology Centre, where you'll influence the future of all our confectionery brands. Finally, at Purina PetCare (UK & Ireland), you'll work with leading pet food names such as Winalot, Go-Cat and Felix.

It is, in short, the perfect environment in which to create success for yourself and for the future.

Application Procedure

Please refer to our website.

  • Sales Opportunities - Nestlé at Nestlé UK Ltd
    20-6-2013

    The initial telephone interview lasted around 40 minutes with a member of the graduate recruitment team. It consisted of three parts: motivational questions, competency questions and what Nestle refer to as "strength based" questions. The