Marketing Trainee - Nestle Needs YOUth

Employer: Nestle Romania
Domain:
  • Internship
  • Management Trainee
  • Marketing
  • Job type: full-time
    Job level: Student/Graduate
    Location:
  • BUCHAREST
  • Updated at: 21.08.2019

    We know you are ready to start your career: here is your opportunity: our Nestlé Health Science Department is looking for a trainee to increase their team for 1 year, full time (8h/day)! Help us advance the role of nutritional therapy, while growing and enhancing your professional experience.

     

    You may be perfect for the role if you are:

    • A master's student or fresh graduate, with previous internship or volunteering experience
    • Curious, driven and persistent
    • Having a “can do” attitude and a mindset that drives you to always explore new things
    • A good user of Excel and Power Point
    • A great communicator, speaking flawlessly both in Romanian and in English

     

    As a Nestlé Health Science Trainee, you will:

    • Support our marketing team, ensuring that our operations are continuous, efficient and documented
    • Work on communication materials & marketing campaigns
    • Develop a deep understanding of consumer behaviors by analysing sales reports
    • Perform general office administration tasks to meet the needs of the department, pitching-in wherever is needed
    • Be part of the powerful combination that is nutrition and pharma

     

    Join us and you will:

    • Start every morning with a Nescafé coffee
    • Receive a monthly income of 1900 lei net - this includes the salary and meal tickets
    • Have access to thousands of books from the Bookster library
    • Have a medical subscription with Medicover and a Group Personal Accident & Sickness Insurance Program with Generali
    • Have a 1 year work contract, with the possibility of extension.

    What are you waiting for?

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