easyJet, the UK’s largest airline, has recently welcomed seventeen high flying graduates from across six European countries into its European Graduate Programme.
Members of the programme spend the first two years fully involved in the business, with graduate opportunities in Operations, Finance, Engineering, IT, Customer, Network, Revenue & Sales, Marketing and HR. The programme puts graduates in control of their own career path as they learn from industry leading people and are exposed to business critical projects. Each graduate on the programme is assigned a dedicated mentor to provide them with business and career advice and support to build a strong network within the organisation.
Alita Benson, easyJet’s People Director, said: “easyJet is delighted to welcome 17 graduates from across Europe to the business. This marks a key step in easyJet’s commitment to developing talent across Europe. During this economic down turn we are aware that many companies are reviewing whether they should continue with their graduate programme but we are absolutely committed, and have just begun the recruitment process for our October 2012 graduate intake.”