18 September 2020

United Exports Agricultural Internships 2020

United Exports is offering a career development internship for graduates within the Agricultural sector across the entire group in various disciplines.

If you have completed an agricultural qualification in 2020 and are looking to take the first step with your career, look no further!


United Exports is an international company specialising in the licensing and sub-licensing of leading fruit genetics. As a vertically integrated business, the core business units are varietal breeding, fruit production, packing and export/import services.

United Exports is best known for its global footprint of OZblu®, the OZblu® blueberry brand and its innovative, sustainable and precision approach to producing these exciting varieties of blueberries.

United Exports has an entrepreneurial spirit. The company encourages innovative thinking, fast decision making, and embraces the use of technology. The people are the life-blood of United Exports, the company first and foremost values and recognizes its people and their talent.

In order to ensure that we work together as a successful team and continue to innovate and excel in what we do, the group has a defined set of values which we life by every single day.


In order to qualify you must tick ALL of the below boxes.

Graduated from university in 2020.

You must have completed one of the following degrees (or 3 year diploma)

o Horticultural Science

o Plant and Soil Science

o Food Science

o Agronomy

o Human Resources

o Corporate Finance

You must reside in the area the role is based, no housing is provided.

Location: Western Cape


In order to ensure students gain full exposure to the career path that they selected, the program will commence at the start of 2021 and last 12 consecutive months.

Should you be interested in the above and meet the below requirements, please apply directly through this page or send your CV to Andrea Dale, andrea.dale@unitedexports.com.au.

We look forward to mentoring you, the future of agriculture in South Africa.

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