The point is, we’re a very forward-thinking organisation. This is why, as a student or graduate with us, you’ll be so central to our success. It’s also why you’ll have the chance to throw yourself into new challenges from the moment you get here. We’re not bound by rigid hierarchies that restrict what you can achieve and when. We are the world’s third largest food company, but we’re still privately owned. This allows us to not only have a community feel (rather than a corporate one), but also to set our own agenda and do things our own way. So as a graduate here, you’ll be able to progress as quickly as your talents will take you. Across our business, we’re free to work openly and collaboratively. (In fact, freedom is one of our Five Principles.) We know that a great idea can come from anywhere and anyone, and we want to make sure there are never any barriers to that. So much so, that you won’t find a single private office, anywhere in our business – despite the fact that we have over 70,000 associates.
As a growing business with operations in 370 international locations and 74 countries worldwide, it goes without saying that the work you do here can have a wide-reaching impact. At Mars, we want everything we do to matter — from the smallest thing to the biggest. We want our work to make a positive difference to our customers, our suppliers, our associates and the world around us. We’ll give you the responsibility you need to do that — to make new suggestions, share new ideas and grab new opportunities. Of course, you’ll have plenty of support along the way. We’ve won numerous awards for being one of the world’s best employers. You’ll also learn from some of the brightest and best minds in business. Ultimately, we’re looking for people who want to get stuck in and push themselves from the off. People who have what it takes to shape the future of our big-name products. To drive the future of our business. To make everything they do mean more.