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Aldi Student and Graduate Careers Presentation

Ellison Building, Room A009


Come along and find out about Aldi's student and graduate opportunities.

Aldi is a major food retailer with over 9,000 stores worldwide, and over 700 stores in the UK.  Ranked 2nd in the prestigious Times Top 100 list of graduate employers, Aldi has graduate vacancies throughout the UK for Area Managers who provide clear direction and leadership to a retail management team. No other graduate programme offers so much responsibility so quickly, and training covers the complete spectrum of management, from store operations, trading, financial administration, logistics and property management.   Aldi also offers Industrial Placement Schemes, across General Management, Corporate Buying, eCommerce and IT, where students can gain valuable experience working with one of the world's leading grocery retailers, and be better placed for further advancement onto our coveted Area Manager Programme.

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Ellison Building, Room A009


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