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19 Nov, 2012
Graduate Jobs in South Africa
On the Pan Africa Graduate programme our ‘real job’ philosophy ensures you will benefit from authentic experiences designed to accelerate your career development. You will build your expertise and knowledge by completing three 12-month rotations within your chosen discipline and there will be opportunities to spend one of these rotations in a different African market.
Support and Development
The three-year programme includes both functional training and leadership development. Functional training helps you gain the skills, knowledge and experience that will form the foundation of your career with Brandhouse. Meanwhile, we help you build your leadership expertise so you can encourage thinking, stimulate people and drive change.
You’ll also spend time with our sales force, out in the field, to increase your commercial awareness – it’s vital that every graduate understands our brands, our customers and the way we sell.
There will be opportunities for you to explore other avenues for development at regular reviews with your line manager. In addition, there are ‘connect and development’ events each year, which will help you raise your profile in the company and learn from some of our most experienced leaders.
Essential qualifications and qualities
We are looking for graduates with:
• The ability to build strong relationships, influence others and work well under pressure.
• Analytical abilities and strong problem-solving skills.
• Passion, energy and finely tuned commercial awareness.
You will be a real team player and a forward thinker, excited by innovation.
You should have, or be expected to gain, an excellent academic result in your degree in a related subject.
How To Apply:
Click here to apply online
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