Getting the right talents

FAQ

Which formal qualifications do I need?

A degree e.g. in Dairy/Food Technology, Production, Chemistry, Engineering, Natural Sciences or Supply Chain Management.

When must I have graduated?

You need to be a recent graduate - this means that you should have obtained your master’s degree within the last few years or that you will graduate no later than September 2015.

What should I focus on in my application?

In your application you must convince us that your educational background, personality and leadership aspiration, are what we are looking for in order to perform a key role at a production site within Arla Foods.

When can I send my application?

You can apply from 15 November 2015 – 15 January 2016. If you are offered a position, you will start on 1st September 2016.

How do I send my application - by e-mail?

Please find information about the application process at this website.

How many positions are available?

We expect to hire 5 talented graduates for the Supply Chain Graduate Programme.

What should I attach if I have not yet completed my master’s degree?

Please attach your Bachelor’s (BSc) certificate and, if possible, a transcript of your latest exam marks.

What is the recruitment process after having submitted the application?

There will be online tests, phone or skype interviews and an assessment day in Denmark in March 2016. We expect employment contracts to be signed in March/April 2016.

What is the salary?

Arla Foods pays a competitive market salary during the Supply Chain Graduate Programme.

When do you go abroad during the Supply Chain Graduate Programme?

Typically, you will start out in your home country and then go abroad on your second 2nd rotation.

Will Arla assist with relocation?

Yes, there will be assistance with relocation throughout the programme.

Am I guaranteed a job when I finish the Supply Chain Graduate Programme?

When you have completed the Supply Chain Graduate Programme, we expect your skills and experiences to qualify you for another full-time job at Arla Foods. There is no unconditional guarantee, but because of our investment in the programme, we obviously want to make good use of your unique skills when you complete it.

What is the difference between the F15 Graduate Programme and the Supply Chain Graduate Programme?

In the three-year Supply Chain Graduate Programme, you rotate to different production sites and your focus is on one functional area namely the supply chain  - and not i.e. on the commercial side of the business. The F15 Programme is a two-year programme where you work in three different functional areas i.e between marketing, business development and finance.