Mars has over 100 brands globally, including popular petcare, food and drinks, and candies & legendary chocolates.
Mars operates with more than just profit in mind. It looks for graduates that seek to make the opportunities they get at the company mean more. More to themselves and their own career, and along the way, more to the people and the communities they interact with.
The Mars graduate programmes offer an extremely diverse range of schemes in a varying range of locations. In both of the European programmes, you'll undertake an overseas placement - you'll probably be based in Western or Central Europe.
Mars programmes include:
All programmes close Novermber 28
Mars operate by a 70/20/10 training policy which includes:
Every Associate will be given a Personal Development Plan, which sets out goals, opens up conversations about progression and is the trigger for salary reviews.
Mars have six different business areas and even more different functional teams within those. This means that when it comes to building your future career, there are no limits as to where you can go within the company, or how far. You can change roles, functions, businesses or even countries.
If you show the right attitude and potential, there's a high chance you'll be given opportunities even if your experience so far isn't directly relevant.
Mars will match your ambition and want you to learn and grow throughout your career. Therefore you'll have the chance to develop new skills, explore the organisation and achieve more than you ever thought possible.
With Mars, your career is what you make it. So if you want to make it mean more, Mars will be right behind you.