Tate and LyleTate and Lyle
Tate & Lyle is a global leader in renewable ingredients. The UK Operations process sugar, cereal sweeteners, starches and citric acid. With sites in London and Yorkshire, it produces quality products using high-tech manufacturing processes and can offer the right graduates an exciting and dynamic career in a manufacturing environment.Apply: Tate and Lyle scheme
- Name: Craig McWilliam
- Joined: 3rd November 2003
The thing that drew me to Tate & Lyle was the fact that it offers a very hands-on approach. You are expected to show commitment and muck in with the operators and other engineers to get the job done. You learn from the grass roots up, which is fantastic because you learn about a whole range of other engineering disciplines besides your own.
Training & Profiles
Our intensive training programme lasts a minimum of 12 months and varies from hands-on projects to off the job training. The programme will also develop your technical, commercial and interpersonal skills, and we encourage you to complete professional qualifications and/ or membership of professional bodies. After completing the scheme you may also be able to move between our Group companies worldwide. We have vacancies in a variety of areas:
- Operations Management or Laboratory, for which you'll need a chemistry, chemical or mechanical engineering degree
- Sales or Logistics for which you'll need a business related degree
- Trading for which you'll need a numerate degree
Applications can be made on line through the Tate & Lyle web site or by forwarding a CV and covering letter to the email address above.
Where will I work?
We have vacancies in both London and Yorkshire, with the majority being in London. There are only engineering vacancies in Yorkshire.
What can I expect to be doing in two years?
You could be running a process area, selling to our customers or ensuring that we meet our customer's distribution needs. You're only limited by your commitment.
Do I need a work permit?
Yes. Tate & Lyle does not arrange work permits for candidates from outside the EU.