Vodafone Ireland to create 40 jobs as part of its 2022 graduate programme

  • Vodafone Ireland has said it will create 40 new jobs through its graduate programme, which is now open for applications for September 2022.

    Now in its twelfth year, the programme offers final year college students and graduates the chance to gain experience across multiple departments. 

    This year’s programme will be the first to offer participants seven different departments to choose from. The 18-month rotational programme will see them working in areas such as data, communications and marketing, technology, corporate security and legal, finance, digital and business management.

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    Commenting on the announcement, James Magill, HR director at Vodafone Ireland said: “The past 18 months have been incredibly challenging for young people in Ireland, with huge amounts of uncertainty and change and we are delighted to be able to increase our focus on youth at such a challenging time.”

    Mr. Magill also added: “We offer a wealth of opportunities across various streams of our company for graduates, suitable for those from a large variety of disciplines and many diverse backgrounds. Our aim is to provide them with the experience and tools that will allow them to grow and develop their careers at Vodafone Ireland.”

    The company has worked on enhancing its graduate programme over the past few years to ensure participants are employed. Over the past five years, 85% of Vodafone Ireland’s graduate intake have secured permanent roles within the company.

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    Vodafone will also offer the graduates a 60:40 hybrid working model, where they can spend 60% of their time working remotely. 

    Applications for the 2022 graduate programme close on 4 November with the programme beginning in September 2022. 

    Source: SiliconRepublic

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