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Tulip Ltd provides a wide range of quality, cost-effective and innovative products to the retail and foodservice sectors from 15 modern manufacturing facilities located throughout the UK.
Each year, Tulip recruit talented graduates for their Graduate Management Development Programme. This two-year rotational programme offers four unique placements to excel in, designed to fast-track you into the Food and Drink industry. You can expect to be given significant responsibility and challenge right from day one. Tulip accept from any degree subject, but it is important that you have a real passion for food. Benefits include a permanent contract, competitive salary and generous discounts on retail, food and travel. You find out more about the programme here: www.tulipltd.co.uk/graduates
A number of direct-entry, non-rotational graduate roles in areas such as Finance, Technical and Commercial also become available at Tulip throughout the year. Keep an eye on Tulip’s website to find these opportunities.
All Tulip graduates will benefit from an excellent and well-invested development programme, provided with a mentor, bespoke coaching and the platform to develop a successful career.
Employers constantly tell us that there is nothing that impresses them more than a graduate who has properly researched the company and really knows why they want to work there - so make sure that you tell them in your application that you have read-up all about them on TheJobCrowd and so you really know what makes that company great and why they are right for you. It will help your application, we promise!
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