Flour Mills of Nigeria is currently recruiting graduates for the Flour Mills of Nigeria Graduate Trainee Scheme 2012
Flour Mills of Nigeria Plc one of the leading foods company in Nigeria and has been operating in Nigeria for over 50 years. Flour Mills of Nigeria is also a leading foods company in Africa providing high quality and affordable products in the most convenient ways to consumers through world class brands like Golden Penny Flour, Golden Penny Semovita, Goldenvita, Golden Pasta and Golden Noodles. Flour Mills of Nigeria has a rated milling capacity of 6,000 metric tons per day, making it one of the largest single site mills in the world.
Job Title: Graduate Trainee
Job Reference: GT 12
Department: Manpower Development
Graduate Trainee Scheme
You must be result oriented, relish responsibility with an enthusiastic approach to learning and self improvement. You must be a good team player with high energy levels and good appetite for fast paced challenging assignments. You must possess good communication and organisation skills, have good initiative and be capable of independent thoughts.
The programme is a twenty-month packaged intensive training and development initiative that support the trainees in hands-on roles and responsibilities. Training is broad based within our core businesses and functions and delivered through class work, special projects, web learning, executive mentoring and exposure to business units operations and functional areas.
Successful Trainees will be quickly integrated into the business and equipped with business, managerial and professional competencies to pursue a rewarding career and position themselves for leadership roles in the business.
- 1st degree (minimum 2nd class lower division) obtained full time from a recognised University not earlier than 2009.
- 5 O’ level credits at one sitting including English Language and Mathematics.
- Applicants should have completed NYSC by March end 2012.
- Must not be above 28 years by December end 2011.
Application closes 24th January, 2012.
Only shortlisted applicants would be contacted.