The Arnott's Graduate Program provides talented university graduates with a leadership pathway into one of Australia's most iconic FMCG businesses. The program is structured to give graduates the freedom to create their future with ownership over significant projects that will have a real and lasting impact on The Arnott's Group.
We are looking for TRAILBLAZERS who aspire to make an impact.
If you have a vision, embody an entrepreneurial spirit and have the tenacity for personal and commercial growth, our graduate program is for you.
Whether you are bringing Tim Tam innovation to life, presenting category growth strategies to retail customers, or working on sustainability initiatives with our R&D leaders, The Arnott's Group will give you a platform to voice your ideas and make a true impact.
There's a wealth of opportunity to perform, grow, thrive, network, and impact our iconic legacy.
Are you up for the challenge?
For our 2022 intake we have opportunities across Australia and New Zealand in the following locations: North Strathfield and Huntingwood in NSW, Shepparton in VIC, Marleston in SA, Virginia in QLD and Auckland in NZ.
The 2022 Graduate Program will commence in February and run for 9-months.
Graduates will not automatically be offered a permanent position at the end of the Program. There will however be permanent opportunities available for those who demonstrate high performance and impact and whose skills and experience meet the business' requirements at the time.
Read more about each function in the job postings section.
We recognise that creating delicious moments for a diverse range of consumers is only possible if our workforce reflects the consumers we serve.
We are proud of our diverse workforce and our inclusive culture. We have many programs, policies, and practices to foster an environment where everyone has the opportunity to be their best.
All students – no matter their gender, age, disability status, sexual orientation, or cultural background – are welcome to apply.
Our application form includes the option for you to disclose any reasonable support or adjustments you may need during the assessment process or during your employment. If you would prefer to discuss this in person with one of our Early Careers team, please reach out.
The assessment process will comprise of four steps:
The Arnott's Graduate Program aims to develop future leaders who can make an impact. Assessments will be conducted giving strong weight o the values and expectations of individual candidates and how their experience will help achieve our business goals.
Some of these competencies and behaviors include:
The Arnott's Way is built upon our Values. The ideal candidates for the Graduate Program are those who passionately adhere to their own strong set of values, and who can see themselves reflected in ours.
We anticipate a strong response so the selection process will be competitive. Remember we're looking for trailblazers, so don't leave anything behind at any stage of the process! It's your time to SHINE!
Be at your best on the day of the Assessment Centre. Be well-rested, make sure you enjoy yourself, and embrace the challenge and the technology.
Some practical ideas for the Assessment Centre include: