IAG Cargo, the cargo division of International Airlines Group (IAG), is now taking applications for its 2024 Graduate Scheme.
Commencing in September, 11 successful budding logistics professionals will gain experience across a range of head office functions and have great opportunities for fast progression within the business.
Since its launch in 2012 and based at London Heathrow, the two-year graduate programme has produced numerous senior business leaders and provides valuable experience in different departments from operations and revenue management, to human resources and sales.
New intakes will benefit from IAG Cargo’s brand-new learning hub to ensure a comprehensive induction into the business.
Graduates from the 2023 cohort also had the opportunity to travel to IAG Cargo’s hubs in Madrid and Dublin to provide an insight into the global operations of the business.
Caroline Andrew, chief people officer at IAG Cargo, said: “Our graduate programme is a key initiative for the business in supporting and developing early-career talent.
“Working within high-performing teams across the organisation, our graduates are provided with nurturing support in a collaborative setting, fostering their true potential and paving the way for their journey as future leaders.
“Alongside our enticing accelerated development opportunities such as our Leadership Programme Leading the Way, recently revamped fitness facilities, and travel opportunities, we are establishing an environment conducive for everyone to excel in their careers.
“We’re looking forward to welcoming the upcoming wave of talented individuals and bringing their unique perspectives, and I send my best wishes to all applicants.”
Jack Mulholland Kinsella, logistics graduate at IAG Cargo, said: “Participating in this graduate programme has been an enriching experience.
“From the onset, I’ve assumed significant responsibilities, collaborating with professionals from diverse sectors and drawing inspiration from leaders in the business. Each day presents unique problem-solving opportunities which provides an engaging work environment that continuously challenges and motivates me.”
Applications close at the end of January and candidates will hear whether they have been successful in April.
Find out more about the IAG Cargo Graduate Programme and how to apply here.
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