International Graduate Management Programme
Fyffes is one of the world’s largest fruit companies and Europe’s number
1 banana supplier. Other products include melons (Guatemala/Honduras),
pineapples (Costa Rica) and mushrooms (Canada).
Future Opportunities may include Farm Management, Agri Engineering, and Quality and Social Responsibility. The two-year programme aims to develop prospects into future growers, farm managers and other exciting roles around the business.
• The programme will see you working in some of the most remote parts of Latin and Central America as well as locally in Ireland and also other international locations
• You will have a local support system through our current and former graduates where you will be able to “leverage” off both professionally and culturally
• We will provide a ” Virtual Hub” to keep you connected with other colleagues
• Resilience and determination are essential to succeed in the programme
• A Graduate programme with “on the ground” training in the fresh produce industry
• Gain international experience with a leading brand for your CV
• Opportunity to learn and develop your skills in Spanish and Chinese
• Ongoing academic/ technical support for career development
• Opportunity to gain experience and knowledge across the entire supply chain globally
• Work in a culture that respects loyalty, commitment and encourages innovation
Suitable candidates would come from an agricultural/ farming/ engineering/ IT/ Business background. We are looking for candidates strictly with the following areas of focus/degree:
- Precision agriculture/robotic warehousing (Guatemala/Honduras)
- Agronomy (Sol – Guatemala/Honduras)
- IT (Dublin or UK – Basingstoke)
- Corp Finance (Dublin)
- Food Safety (Miami)
If this is of interest to you, then please contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org or text/call Greg O’Hanlon on + 353 87 600 3620
Please note that if you progress to the next stage you will be asked to complete an Expression of Interest form and share a presentation on ‘The Challenges of Tropical Fruit Production’.