Trainee Millers Programme

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Trainee Millers Programme

  • Post Date:June 7, 2022
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  • Career Level Student
    Qualification Certificate
    Experience Fresh
  • Industry Manufacturing
Job Description

DO YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES TO FEED AND NOURISH OUR NATION?

National Foods is looking to recruit their next generation of milling professionals. This career opportunity offers you the best of both worlds – that of gaining cutting edge theoretical and practical knowledge, coupled with developing your workplace technical and interpersonal skills. In return, we seek committed, resilient individuals who are results and purpose driven and thrive in a hardworking environment.

National Foods is dedicated to investing in the ongoing learning and development of its people, having successfully nurtured and grown many Millers through our organisation.

If you are interested in a milling career which provides you with a strong sense of purpose to feed and nourish the nation, then to qualify you require the following:

  • 5 ‘O’ Levels including Mathematics and English.
  • Recently completed A Level with at least 2 ‘A’ Level passes, science subjects mandatory.
  • Must be aged between 18 and 25 years.
  • Willing to work in alternating milling shift hours.
  • Recently qualified Engineering Degree graduates are encouraged to apply.

Successful candidates will undergo four years of initial intensive milling training. Your career progression will be determined by your level of proven milling skill and performance.

Why wait when National Foods is able to offer you all the ingredients you need to become a successful Miller! Submit your application to: [email protected] before our closing date – 10 JUNE 2022.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted, limited positions available.

Follow Farai’s Career Journey as a once Trainee Miller for more insights into this exciting career path – https://nationalfoods.co.zw/all-the-ingredients-you-need-to-master-the-art-of-milling/