29 December 2020

Tiger Brands Biochemistry Workplace Experience Programme 2021

 Location: Johannesburg

Description: Tiger Brands is inviting learners to apply for the Biochemistry Workplace Experience Programme. 

The aim is to provide unemployed graduates with valuable work experience and skills to enhance their employability and to  provide practical and accelerated work experience programmes that expose graduates to specific roles. 

This enables Tiger Brands to address the shortage of scarce and critical skills Create a pool of skilled workers with formal tertiary qualifications by promoting the FMCG industry as an industry of choice.

Graduates Participating in the Graduate Workplace Experience programme must:

  • Be available to participate on the Graduate Workplace Experience programme.
  • Be committed to learning and gaining work experience in the relevant field. 

The Job at a Glance 

An opportunity to work on and support projects within Tiger Brands. You will encounter many of the different areas within Tiger, e.g: Commercial, Supply Chain, Finance, HR, Corporate Affairs, Bakeries 

What will you do?

You will have opportunity to be an owner every day as you:

  • Support project work.
  • Problem-solve issues.
  • Work with a cross-functional team to complete a Workplace Experience project as assigned by your Line Manager.
  • Attain on-the-job work experience aligned with your career aspirations. 
  • Perform additional responsibilities as requested to achieve business objectives.

Favourable degrees for this programme:

  • BTech in Biochemistry from an accredited Academic Institution.
  • An academic average of 65% and above.
If you are looking for an exciting career in a multinational FMCG business, then Tiger Brands is the place for you to work and play as ignite your passion, grow our brands and grow our business.


‘Workplace Experience students’ who have successfully completed their work experience period and obtained their qualification can apply to join the Tiger Brands Management Trainee programme or for an appropriate vacant role within the group.