Saturday, 23 December 2017

I&J Sales and Marketing Graduate Programme 2018

I&J forms part of AVI Limited. AVI Limited is home to many of South Africa’s leading and best-loved brands. Listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange in the Food Products sector, and centred on the FMCG market, AVI’s extensive brand portfolio includes more than 50 brands. Our single-minded purpose is our brand's growth and development.

I&J is a leading fishing company and manufacturer of high quality chilled and frozen foods. For more than 100 years, I&J has been a trusted name in seafood – it operates a modern and efficient fleet and continues to train and develop experienced fishing crews committed to fishing responsibly, with a long-term vision.

Duties & Responsibilities: 
The I&J SALES AND MARKETING GRADUATE PROGRAMME is a 24-month programme that offers experiential learning; mentoring, and working with subject matter experts in their respective fields.

We give our graduates a platform to present ideas and innovations and be change-makers. Are you ready?

Applicants interested in the programme must have strong leadership abilities, an analytical and innovative mindset; be a team player with a passion for achieving; and an enthusiastic self-starter who is open to all the unique learning opportunities we offer.

- Entrepreneurial and Commercial Thinking
- Creating and Innovating
- Delivering Results and Meeting Customer Expectations
- Relating and Networking
- Adapting and Responding to Change

Required Any vacation experience or part-time work ideal.

Minimum Qualifications:
- Graduating with a B.A. or B.Com degree in Marketing
- Have a minimum average of 60% in your final year

Knowledge Required:
- Proficiency using MS Office (more specifically Excel).

Location: Western Cape

We are committed to the growth of internal employees and it is company policy to promote from within wherever possible.

Therefore, please be aware that internal candidates will be considered first before reviewing external applications.

All external applications will be considered in line with our Employment Equity targets.

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