We create the world’s favourite snacks We’re Mondelēz International, the world’s leading maker of chocolate, biscuits, candy and gum. We market our products in 165 countries and have annual net revenues of $34 billion.
Even if you’re not familiar with our name, you’ve almost certainly heard of our billion-dollar brands like Cadbury, Milka, Trebor and Oreo. Creating and developing the world’s favourite snacks, we’re passionate about creating delicious moments of joy for people all around the world.
Big enough to attract creative genius. Small enough to nurture yours.
Join Mondelez and get a real taste of the global opportunities we offer while focusing on your professional development.
Formed from a recipe that aims to make you into a leader of tomorrow, our graduate programme offers you a delicious blend of formal and on the job training that will expand your horizons while encouraging your personal and professional development.
Creating our future leaders.
Over three years, your learning with be sculpted by on the job industry experience where you’ll take on real responsibilities, direct guidance from cream-of-the-crop managers and mentors, and structured, formal lessons from our in-house graduate academy. You’ll gain a holistic understanding of our business and grow in leaps and bounds.
You’ll get to work across our categories in a series of rotations designed to give you breadth and depth of knowledge, exposure to industry experts and develop a whole host of skills.
You will have the opportunity to do three placements within our Integrated Supply Chain function. Within each placement you will have significant responsibilities that play a key role in achieving operational goals and working on business projects. The variety of the placements will provide the foundations for a career across Integrated Supply Chain.
Placements may include:
Customer Collaboration – working with our top retail customers, managing and developing relationships.
Demand Planning – creating an accurate forecast of our upcoming demand across retailers and categories to drive product availability.
Supply Planning – working with manufacturing to create a supply plan that balances product availability with inventory management and cost.
Logistics – maximising the performance of our transport and warehousing operations.
Product Change Management – Work with, and influence, multiple supply chain stakeholders to develop and deliver projects such as new products launches and packaging design changes.
What we look for:
There are a few things you’ll need to join our tantalisingly innovative company. Along with the confidence to try new and challenging experiences, you must be enthusiastic about learning and eager to reach new heights in creating and sharing joy. We look for all sorts of qualities in graduates. Drive. Creativity. Interpersonal savvy. Business acumen.
We like people who aren’t afraid to stand alone, who deal with ambiguity instead of ignoring it and who know how to approach any problem, no matter how difficult.
If you have these qualities, and are committed to making the most of your talents, you’ll fit right in here.
2.1 degree or above (predicted is fine at this stage)