We’re one of Britain’s largest branded food companies, employing around 4,000 people in over 14
sites across the country, and supplying a range of retail, wholesale, foodservice and other customers
with some of Britain’s best-loved brands. Those brands include Ambrosia desserts, Batchelors
convenient meals, Bisto and OXO stocks and gravies, Loyd Grossman and Sharwood’s cooking
sauces, and Mr. Kipling cakes.
Chances are you have one of our products in your home, as over 95% of British households bought
one of our products last year.
Assessment centres will be held in St Albans, early 2017. Exact dates to be confirmed.
The Procurement function is a trusted advisor to the business, delivering transformational change. Having won the 2014 CIPS award for the best cross functional teamwork, we take great pride in everything we do . Our purpose is simple. To create food the nation loves for modern family life.
You will be responsible for overseeing the procurement of specific spend categories and/or support major category spend areas, working alongside our supply partners and stakeholder teams to ensure relationships are optimised and deliver maximum value.
Premier Foods has ambitious growth targets both in short and longer term: We have an exciting range of new products planned for this year for Ambrosia, Homepride and Mr Kipling, and will be investing more in advertising and marketing across the portfolio. We’re particularly looking forward to the launch of our new Paul Hollywood range of bread, savoury and cake mixes in February 2016, our first new brand for 20 years. To realise our vision of achieving £1bn worth of branded sales by 2020, we need to recruit outstanding graduates to join our 2 - 2.5 years development programme, with the drive and passion to make a difference to our business, and who have the potential to become our future leaders.
Following a 4 week induction programme which will include 3 weeks based in one of manufacturing sites to understand our business, you will then work closely within the specific function/business unit you have been recruited for, on a structured development programme which will include a mixture of project work and 6 monthly rotating placements across the different departments and disciplines.
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