Heineken Group has open enrollment for the Trainee and Internship ProgramsDisclosure
Posted 23/08/2021 16:17 | Updated 08/23/2021 4:21 PM
Rio – The Heineken group, the second largest brewery in the country, has open enrollment for the Trainee 2022 Program. Enrollment ends on September 16 and must be made through the link: https://leadershipexperiences.com.br. To ensure the safety of everyone involved, the steps will be done 100% online.
For those approved, the start of activities is expected to start on February 1, 2022, with a salary of BRL 7.8 thousand and benefits such as PLR, meal voucher or restaurant on site (depending on the location), transportation voucher or parking (depending on location), health insurance, life insurance, discounts on Heineken Group products and courses at Heineken University.
Applicants must have at least two years of training in any Bachelor, Technologist or Bachelor degree degree. In addition, it is necessary to have an intermediate level of English, professional experience and availability to move to another city to work in the various locations where the company operates.
The Leadership Experiences Program aims to develop professionals so that they become the Company’s future leaders. For this, the experience, which lasts 12 months, includes mentoring with managers from different areas, in-depth business learning, job rotation within the area of operation, conducting strategic projects and a leadership development program.
As the trainee will have contact with top foreign leadership, the candidate must have an intermediate level of English to be able to deal with routine demands. Anyway, according to the brewery, if the approved people need to develop their fluency in the language, they can count on the Heineken Group’s internal Language Program.
Also according to the company, the selection process involves a series of challenges in a gamified system, an exclusive experience of the Heineken Group. In all, there will be six stages, which include behavioral and cultural alignment tests, video-recorded interview, group dynamics, case resolution panel with leaders and a final interview with vice presidents.
To embark on this journey, the candidate must choose an area where they want to achieve their career goals: production units, where they will be responsible for the more technical day-to-day activities of one of the company’s 15 breweries, or corporate areas, dealing with broader issues and institutional of the company. Each area and business unit has a well-defined development plan, with tasks and projects related to the challenges of each sector, as informed by Heineken.
More than 300 vacancies
To add to the team, which today has more than 13 thousand employees across the country, the company offers more than 300 job opportunities, distributed in several Brazilian cities. Assignments, as well as requirements and steps in the selection process, vary according to the position of interest.
Interested candidates may apply indefinitely, until all vacancies are filled. All processes are happening 100% online, through the link: https://careers.theheinekencompany.com/Brazil/?locale=pt_BR.
After going through all the selection stages, those approved will start immediately and will have benefits such as salary compatible with the market, meal vouchers or on-site restaurant (depending on the location), transport vouchers or parking (depending on the location) , health plan, life insurance and discounts on Heineken group products.
To ensure everyone’s safety and health, all stages, tests, dynamics and interviews will be 100% online. To register, the student must be enrolled in a bachelor’s degree course, with availability of one to two years to do an internship, live in the city of the vacancy applied for, or have mobility for the daily commute to the workplace, in addition to availability to intern for 30 hours a week. And to accelerate the company’s diversity and inclusion agenda, English language proficiency is not mandatory.