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MITIE looks for graduate leaders of the future

04 June 2010

MITIE has launched its first graduate leadership programme designed to identify the future leaders of the business and fast-track them into management across the company.

Launching the scheme, Ruby McGregor-Smith, Chief Executive of MITIE said,  “A career with MITIE will give the most talented graduates the opportunity to experience every aspect of our business first hand and to lead sizeable teams early on in their careers.  Our 56,000 employees are our greatest asset and deserve the very best leadership.  We are seeking graduates with the passion, personality, ambition and hands-on attitude to ensure the MITIE success story continues into the future.”
During the 12-month programme the graduates will work closely with a senior manager or director to develop their customer care, financial and leadership skills.  Each will spend time working within business development, operations, project management, HR and marketing and communications, ensuring the broadest exposure to all aspects of a fast-growing FTSE 250 business. 
For enthusiastic graduates with big ambitions, the successful candidates will earn £25,000 along with excellent benefits. Up to ten graduate places are available in the initial programme, for individuals who have a 2:1 degree in a relevant subject.  Candidates can apply on www.mitie.com/graduaterecruitment
 


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