All of the below information comes directly from job reviews written by Tulip Ltd employees based on 11 reviews.
 
 
Responsibility:
2.8/5
 
Work Life Balance:
3/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
3.5/5
 
Benefits:
2.5/5
 
Company Culture:
3/5
 
Career Progression:
3.4/5
 
Colleagues:
3.6/5
 
Training:
2.7/5
 
Enjoyment:
3.4/5
 
Overall Rating:
3.1/5
 

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.


Industry: Consumer Goods and FMCG Department: Commercial Job Title: Commercial Executive

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Challenging - no two days are the same.

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Industry: Consumer Goods and FMCG Department: Attraction and Engagement Job Title: Attraction and Engagement Partner (Apprentices & Graduates)

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Communicating with lots of different people around the business and helping to fulfil graduate/apprentice needs.

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Industry: Consumer Goods and FMCG Department: Finance Job Title: Operational Finance Lead

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Range of activities in my role, the people and constantly learning.

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Industry: Consumer Goods and FMCG Department: Human Resources Job Title: HR Advisor

What are the best and worst things about your job?

There is a lot of variety in my role and I am able to work autonomously (with support available if needed).

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Industry: Consumer Goods and FMCG Department: Supply Chain, Agriculture Job Title: Supply Chain Support

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The job role is so varied and there is always a new challenge around the corner.

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Industry: Consumer Goods and FMCG Department: Supply Chain Job Title: Supply Chain Partnership Manager

Industry: Consumer Goods and FMCG Department: Rotational Job Title: Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Working within a team and given the responsibility to carry out important tasks.

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Industry: Banking and Finance Department: Credit Control

What are the best and worst things about your job?

There is never a dull moment. Never one part of the day where you're not busy, always makes the day go quicker when you are busy ;)

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Financial Accounts

What are the best and worst things about your job?

My work is challenging and I enjoy it, I am given more responsibility and tasks to manage.

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Industry: Consumer Goods and FMCG Department: Technical

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Support level.
Trust placed in me.

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Industry: Consumer Goods and FMCG Department: HR

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Application Advice:

Be very clear about your excel experience.

Interview Advice:

Be very clear about your excel experience.

Commercial Executive, Commercial at Tulip Ltd
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Application Advice:

Take time when filling in the application form, and make sure your CV is bespoke to the role.

Interview Advice:

Research about competitors of the company and make sure you know all the latest food industry news.

Attraction and Engagement Partner (Apprentices & Graduates), Attraction and Engagement at Tulip Ltd
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Application Advice:

Concentrate on your skills, show examples

Interview Advice:

Be enthusiastic, show high levels of energy

Operational Finance Lead, Finance at Tulip Ltd
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Application Advice:

Do your research on the business, have questions to ask, and swot up on your technical knowledge should you need to.

Supply Chain Support, Supply Chain, Agriculture at Tulip Ltd
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Application Advice:

Gain as much work experience as possible and when including in the application, make it relevant to the role you are applying for.

Interview Advice:

Take the time to prepare by getting to know the departments within the business, the activities included in the role you are applying for and the main competitors.

I found it particularly useful getting to know the main challenges the business faces such as a high proportion of EU workers. This was addressed to me as a question regarding Brexit.

I was also asked "If you were a biscuit, what would you me and why?" during my interview - so try including your prepped answers about yourself to apply to curveball questions!

Graduate, Rotational at Tulip Ltd
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Best:

very large - so lots of different opportunities within it

Worst:

going through a turbulent time so not overly stable long term

Commercial Executive, Commercial at Tulip Ltd
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Best:

There are lots of development opportunities.

Worst:

There is a lot of ongoing change, though I know this is the case for most food businesses at present.

Attraction and Engagement Partner (Apprentices & Graduates), Attraction and Engagement at Tulip Ltd
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Best:

Lots of opportunities, great people with lots of skills, knowledge and experience.

Worst:

Some people's mindset and mentality is challenging

HR Advisor, Human Resources at Tulip Ltd
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Best:

All sites within the company can work together to achieve a common goal, especially in difficult situations.

Worst:

Communication is slow.

Graduate, Rotational at Tulip Ltd
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Worst:

Communication is slow.

Business Adminastrator, Credit Control at Tulip Ltd View »

Worst:

Communication is slow.

Finance Apprentice, Financial Accounts at Tulip Ltd View »

Worst:

Communication is slow.

Laboratory Scientist, Technical at Tulip Ltd View »

Worst:

Communication is slow.

HR Manager and Business Partner, HR at Tulip Ltd View »