Learn about the Woolworths Grad Program at Griffith’s Red Zones

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Do you want to work for one of Australia’s largest and most complex organisations?

Few organisations in Australia can match the size and variety of professional opportunities that Woolworths offers. As one of the country’s largest and most complex organisations (with 200,000 employees and market capitalisation of $50 billion), they can provide amazing development experiences for you – both as a graduate and throughout your career.

Woolworths are currently recruiting across multiple disciplines for their 2017 graduate programs (and they’ll pay relocation costs for successful applicants willing to relocate interstate).

A career with Woolworths is about leadership, building relationships and addressing business challenges head on. Graduates have been tasked with solving challenges such as building strategy to move 200,000 people to cloud computing or have been trusted with multi-million dollar tenders covering the transport of thousands of products. You’ll have the opportunity to flourish in your career from the first year.

Applications for the 2017 graduate program are currently open: http://www.wowgrads.com.au/

Woolworths’ Head of Service Delivery – Employee Relations, Michael Butler and Head of Service Delivery for People Advisory, Nikki Brown, will be visiting the Red Zones at both Nathan and Gold Coast campus to promote career opportunities within their organisation and give you a picture of what a career with Woolworths looks like. Find out more about their graduate programs and the amazing career progression and professional development opportunities on offer.

Register here for the Nathan information session

Register here for the Gold Coast information session

Come to the Red Zones on March 14 for Nathan and March 17 for Gold Coast and meet your potential future employer.

Nathan:

Date – March 14, 2016
Time – 4:15 – 5:15 pm
Venue – N78 Red Zone

Gold Coast:

Date – March 17, 2016
Time – 4:15 – 5:15 pm
Venue – G40 Red Zone

 



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