Unilever

Unilever

Unilever

Unilever is one of the largest fast-moving consumer goods companies in the world. It makes some of the world’s most loved brands: Dove, Lynx, PG Tips, Ben & Jerrys, Sure, Magnum, Knorr and Hellmann’s, to name a few. Unilever takes care of the whole supply chain of its products, from development and sourcing right through to production, marketing and distribution. Our products are sold in 190 countries with over two billion consumers using our products every day.

Around the world, Unilever products help people look good, feel good and get more out of life. We’re one of the world’s greatest businesses, with amazing brands, dynamic people and a sustainable vision. What's Unilever’s challenge? To double the size of its business, while reducing its environmental impact and increasing its social impact. Unilever is looking for talented graduates who have the will and the drive to help Unilever achieve this ambition.

Graduates can apply to one of the following areas - Supply Chain Management, Customer Management (Sales), HR Management, Marketing, Technology Management, Research & Development, Research & Development Packaging and Financial Management. The UFLP is about making a big impact on business. It is about growing iconic, market-leading brands from the first day and tapping into continuous business mentoring, excellent training, and hands-on responsibility. Wh

The three-year, world-class development programme is packed with variety and challenge, collaborating with both local and international teams. Graduates will have real responsibility from day one, an opportunity of becoming a manager after three years, and a great support network to see them develop and attain their future professional goals. Unilever will support them in achieving Chartered status and qualifications such as CIMA, IMechE, IChemE, IEE, APICS, ICS and CIPD.

With such a great ambition lie exciting challenges for the company and its brands, and a fantastic opportunity for graduates to have a great head start in their career, make a real difference to Unilever’s business and the world around us!


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What will I do?

You can join us in a number of different business areas. We only look for specific degrees in a couple of disciplines (Research & Development and Supply Chain) so whatever your area of interest, if you’re motivated and talented, you’ve got a chance. Some people will be attracted to one business area straight away, but if you’re unsure, take some time to read about the different functions. You might find yourself drawn to something you’d never considered doing before. Most people who join the programme will spend two years on at least three different placements, getting to know our business. You’ll be trained on how to be a leader, how to sharpen your business skills and you’ll be expected to develop quickly both as a professional and as a person. We’ll give you full support to attain your relevant chartered status or professional qualifications. And of course, we’ll make sure you have the backup of a buddy, a mentor and an HR contact, as well as coaching from your line manager. We recruit graduates to work in: Currently, we’re looking to place graduates in Supply Chain and Financial Management, Business & Technology Management, Research & Development, Customer Development and China Marketing.

Application Procedure

Please refer to our website.

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