Unilever Nordics has approximately 1000 employees with a turnover of 650 million Euros. Our local offices are based in Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland, with three Nordic manufacturing units. The Nordic head office is based in Solna, Stockholm. With more than 400 brands focused on health and wellbeing, no company touches so many people’s lives in so many ways. Our portfolio ranges from nutritionally balanced foods to indulgent ice creams, affordable soaps, luxurious shampoos and everyday household care products.
We are now looking for driven and analytical Trainees to our “Unilever Future Leaders Programme” (UFLP). Our Future Leaders Programme will ignite the leader in you. This unique programme is designed to develop Unilever’s Future Leaders (UFL) by providing challenging and purposeful opportunities that accelerate their readiness to take on business leadership roles.
With more than 400 brands focused on health and wellbeing, no company touches so many people’s lives in so many ways.Our portfolio ranges from nutritionally balanced foods to indulgent ice creams, affordable soaps, luxurious shampoos and everyday household care products.
Unilever Graduate Program
We are looking for Management Trainees within Marketing/Sales in Denmark
Unilever Nordics has approximately 750 employees with a turnover of 660 million Euros. Our local offices are based in Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland, with two Nordic manufacturing sites.
Unilever Denmark has approximately 250 employees and the business has key brands such as Frisko, Dove, Axe, Neutral, OMO, Knorr, Ben & Jerry´s, Carte D´or, Bamseline and many more. The head office is based in Copenhagen, and there is one manufacturing unit based in Odense producing the market-leading brand Neutral.
We are now looking for driven and analytical Trainees to our “Unilever Future Leaders Program” (UFLP) to start September 2023.
The opportunity of a lifetime – Made by you!
In Unilever, we believe that companies with purpose last, brands with purpose grow, and people with purpose thrive. The Unilever Future Leaders Program (UFLP) is about having a big impact on the business, right from the start. It’s about growing iconic multi-million Euro, market-leading brands from day one. It’s about getting to know the business fast. We are looking to make future leaders of you by focusing on your whole development, personally and professionally. We will concentrate on three key areas: learning by experience, learning through people and formal learning. We will push you to achieve your potential and make a big business impact where you will learn from some of the best in the business.
The Graduate Program
The Unilever Future Leaders Program (UFLP) is a three-year program where you will get end-to-end business understanding through rotations in different roles within the business. For example as a net revenue manager you will ensure correct product pricing, you will get close to our brands with purpose as an Assistant Brand Manager and you will connect with the customers as a Key Account Manager. During the program you will get many unique experiences throughout the different parts of the organization. You will be part of both local, Nordic and European teams and will therefore fast create a big network across the whole business.
You will learn from the best working with our senior leaders and your career sponsor will ensure that your next rotation is in line with your career wishes and business priorities.
Get end-to-end business understanding
Customer Development (Sales) ensures that our brands are available wherever the shopper wishes to buy them. Managing relationships with key retailers with skills and sensitivity makes all the difference. Our customers recognize the effectiveness with which our work drives our business and theirs. This has led to several retailers recognizing us as their supplier of the year.
Building our brands and communications means building and maintaining relationships that can last for generations. Through rotations in Customer Development and Marketing, you get an end-to-end business understanding making you a Unilever Future Leader.
Join our winning team!
To succeed in Unilever, it is important that you have a curious mindset, good business understanding and great communication skills. You are analytical, result oriented and energetic. You have a great drive and you take ownership of tasks and set your own goals.
Furthermore, you possess:
- Master Degree with strong academic track record and maximum of two years working experience after graduation
- or Bachelor degree with 1- 5 years of work experience after graduation
- Extracurricular activities and/or work experiences outside the academic world, that displays your commercial awareness, drive and leadership potential
- Preferably some international experience
- Fluency in Danish and English
Send your application between January 6thand February 3rd 2023. Be aware that we might close down the application before deadline, if we have received enough good candidates.
Apply on www.unilever.dk/careers. Your application should be submitted in English. You will also be asked to complete a profile assessment which consists of short online games. If you get invited for next round it will be a digital interview with pre-made questions. Successful candidates will be invited to an assessment center in March at the office in Copenhagen.
Please observe that there will be an on-going screening process with first come, first served principle.
If you have questions about your application or the Unilever Future Leaders Program, please contact Unilever Talent Advisor Eva Belter at Eva.Belter@unilever.com.
Keeping our plastic in the loop
There is a lot of plastic pollution in the environment. And the fact of the matter is – too much of it carries our name. That is not OK with us. Plastic is a valuable material. It is crucial for the safe and efficient distribution of our products, and it has a lower carbon footprint than many alternative materials. So, it has its place. But that place is definitely not littering our streets, rivers and oceans. It is, however, inside the circular economy – where it is reused, recycled or composted. And where it is kept in a loop, to stop it from ever finding its way into the environment. If even one of our bottles ends up in the environment, that’s one too many. Our plastic is our responsibility. That’s why, we have announced new goals, that are even bolder than the ones we’ve been working towards up until now.
We are committing to halve our use of virgin plastic in our packaging and collect and process more plastic packaging than we sell… all by 2025.