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Nigerian Breweries Graduate Management Trainee 2021: Application Open

Nigerian Breweries Graduate Management Trainee 2021: The Nigerian Breweries Plc is inviting applications from suitably qualified candidates nationwide for the 2021 graduate management trainee program in Finance, Supply Chain (Brewing / Logistics) and Supply Chain (Packaging / Logistics). See eligibility below and apply.

Nigerian Breweries Plc – As the foremost brewing company in Nigeria, we are proud of our vision to Wow Nigeria with our Great Brands, Passionate People and World Class Performance.


Company/Organisation: Nigerian Breweries Plc

Program Type: Graduate Management Trainee

Program Location: Nigeria (Nationwide)

Program Duration: 12 months (with possible transition to permanent role)

Available Slots: Not specified

Basic Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree

Nationality: Nigerians


 

See Also: LEAP Africa Recruitment for Corporate Volunteers 2021

Nigerian Breweries Graduate Management Trainee 2021 | About the Programme

The Graduate Management Development Scheme is targeted at identifying young, ambitious and talented Nigerian graduates with the right attitude and profile to pursue successful and interesting long-term careers in a world class environment. As an organisation that is committed to improving Gender Balance, we encourage female applicants to take advantage of this programme.

After a highly competitive selection process, successful candidates will undergo a systematic and broad-based training programme involving projects and experiential attachments for 12 months within our Finance Division. At the end of the training, successful candidates will be appointed to management positions in our company.

General Requirements

  • The ideal candidate should possess a Bachelor’s Degree in related disciplines (see each program category below for specific requirements) – A Second Class Honours (Upper Division) plus a Masters’ degree will be given priority
  • Minimum of Five (5) credit grades in WASC/GCE/SSCE including Maths, English and 3 other relevant subjects obtained in one sitting.
  • Completion of NYSC, not earlier than January 2017.
  • Maximum of two years work experience (0 – 2 years experience).
  • Digital agility
  • Geographical mobility within and outside Nigeria.

How to Apply

The Nigerian Breweries Management Trainee 2021 is open for the Finance and Supply Chain categories. To apply, select from any of the program categories as listed below for specific requirements and application procedures;

Application Deadline: 18th April, 2021

Also Check: Access Bank Entry Level Recruitment 2021 for Recent Graduates

14 Thoughts

  1. Lawal Pelumi Elizabeth

    I studied History and international studies, can I apply?

  2. Ojetola Olaniyi

    I’m trying to apply, filled the bio-data and details. Then submitted the CV. Is that all for the application?
    Because I didn’t see any page showing I’ve applied.

  3. Ene Victoria Chikamjiaga

    Hi, I am a graduate of Insurance and risk management and I have second class honors(lower division). I went for NYSC in 2019/2020. I don’t have any work experience yet,I am just an entrepreneur. Is it still OK if I apply?

  4. Can HND graduate apply?

  5. Onyerinmaopara chiamaka A

    HND in mass communication

  6. I graduated from the university of Calabar 2010, and i have been running my own business since because I couldn’t get a job. I studied His/International relations…
    And I have had any working experience before, can I apply.please

  7. Joseph Joseph Bassey

    I’m a graduate of food engineering

  8. Owolabi Fatimah Opeyemi

    I am a graduate of FUNAAB ( Microbiologist), second class upper but our set is still awaiting NYSC mobilisation, is it possible to serve in your company?

    • You could also try to apply, but I guess NYSC discharge cert/exemption may be required

      • Olumide Aromolaran

        Is there any position for an high national diploma in business administration and management with upper credit

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