What to Expect
When you join our 2-year graduate programme you will have a job in your chosen area of study with real responsibilities from day one. You will be exposed to our Auckland and Hawkes Bay operations during your induction, followed up with on the job learning opportunities and structured training programmes, giving you opportunities to grow and upskill, ready to conquer real-world challenges.
Our graduate programme is structured to support, transition and help grow your career.
The programme will be delivered through the mediums shown below and will include professional and personal training.
What to expect during selection and assessment:
- You will need to make your application online (see ‘How to Apply’ tab)
- Post application, you will be notified on whether you have or have not been successful
- For successful applicants, there will be a short telephone interview. Make sure you make a great impression as post this interview we will move to our first shortlist
- If you are progressed to this shortlist, you will be asked to do a video interview
- After which, if successful, you will be invited to an assessment center.
- Post the assessment center, we will move to our pre-employment checking (references, Ministry of Justice checks)
- And finally, offers are made and contracts sent
Two-year structured support and learning programme
The programme runs for 2 years, during which you will receive support and training at a personal, professional and technical level. Our development programme includes structured events to work around work commitments, and include training in business writing skills, communication and presentation skills.
Internal and external training opportunities and structured on-the-job training are all part of working at T&G, thanks to our dedicated Learning Academy.
“I value the support from management and colleagues, having some level of choice to where I want to direct my career.”
We are looking for people with a positive attitude that shines through amid changes and challenges. After all, mother nature does surprise us and sometimes we must dig in and find alternative solutions.