Irish Distillers is seeking to recruit graduates to join the 2020/21 Jameson International Graduate Programme.
The programme, which is now in its 28th year, provides graduates with the opportunity to distil their own success and realise personal and professional goals, while working with a global Irish brand on an international stage.
Sinéad D’Arcy, Head of Jameson International Graduate Programme highlighted that Jameson sold 7.7 million cases last year with double or triple-digit growth in more than 70 markets across the world.
"The growth of the Jameson International Graduate Programme mirrors that of Jameson, therefore we are looking to recruit Brand Ambassadors for our 2020/2021 intake, some of whom will have the opportunity to work in emerging markets in Africa, Asia and Latin America.” D'Arcy explained.
'Charismatic and Creative'
The Jameson International Graduate Programme offers graduates the chance to work in one of over 50 countries across the world, the whiskey-maker said.
“Each year we look for graduates with serious character; driven, charismatic and creative, from a diverse range of backgrounds. The programme provides graduates with resources to establish the brand in a seed market or accelerate brand growth in an established one, while building professional confidence and competence," continued D’Arcy.
"The application process includes a brief written application and the submission of a supporting two-minute video application, I would encourage any graduate considering applying to start do so now,” added D’Arcy.
D’Arcy said that to date, over 400 graduates have completed the Jameson International Graduate Programme since it was established in 1991. Alumni have progressed to global internal roles at Irish Distillers and Pernod Ricard and externally across various sectors.”
Applications for the 2020/21 Jameson International Graduate Programme open at the end of September and close on Wednesday 15 January 2020 at 1pm.
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