October 2, 2023
Ornua, the proud owner of the Kerrygold brand, is now inviting applications for its graduate programme for 2024.
First launched in 2016, Ornua’s industry-leading graduate programme supports high-performing graduates to hone their skillset and acquire the professional experience needed to excel in one of Ireland’s leading international food companies.
Ornua is seeking applicants for a range of permanent positions across the business including: ICT; Supply Chain and Logistics; Manufacturing and Engineering; Sales and Marketing; Sustainability; Finance; Commercial; Quality; Communications and Operations.
With roles offered in Ireland, UK, North America, Germany, Spain and Saudi Arabia, successful applicants will have the unique opportunity to enhance their careers with exposure to international markets.
In addition to structured rotations across multiple disciplines, successful applicants will benefit from classroom and self-directed learning modules and skill development in the areas of teamwork, self-awareness, self-confidence, interpersonal and communication skills. Candidates will also receive guided mentorship from senior leaders within the global business.
Majella Darcy, Chief People Officer, Ornua commented: “We are delighted to invite applications for Ornua’s graduate programme for 2024 which is a key initiative for the business in supporting our commitment to attracting and developing early career talent. For over six decades, Ornua has brought world-class products to international markets; and the dedication, skill and talent of our global workforce has been critical to this journey.
As a growing global business, we are focused on fostering the professional development of all Ornua employees, and through our graduate programme, we leverage extensive industry knowledge and expertise within the business to nurture the careers of the next generation of leaders in the Irish and global food industry.”
The Ornua Graduate Programme is accepting applications from now until Friday, 27 October, 2023, with successful applicants taking up their position in Autumn 2024.
To learn more or to apply, visit earlycareers.ornua.com