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Nissan Graduate Event: 28 November 2012

Posted on Wed, 7 Nov 2012 15:20
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Nissan have 2,000 cars rolling off the production line every day, and a lithium-ion battery plant at the cutting-edge of modern technology. They’re driving forward next generation car solutions and developing some of the most advanced clean room technology around – at a super-fast pace.

To meet their ambitious growth targets, Nissan need highly motivated Graduates & Placement students with drive and commitment to thrive in a fast-moving environment. Nissan have begun recruitment for the 2013 Graduate/Placement intake and will be hosting an event at their Sunderland plant (SR5 3NS) on Wednesday 28th November between 10am – 4pm.

If you have a degree, are interested in a career in manufacturing, want to find out more about Nissan and see in detail what roles are on offer, then this event is for you. You will have the opportunity to meet representatives from the teams, recent Graduates, current Placement students and find out what it is like to work for one of the worlds most advanced motor manufacturers.

Nissan's ambition to succeed is driven by the passion and talents of their diverse team. Nissan offers a strong career development plan to help employees achieve their goals and reach their career aspirations. They provide ample opportunities for individuals to work on their own initiative as well as cross-functionally and within an international environment. Now is an exciting time for you to join the team and take control of your career.

Current Nissan vacancies can be seen here

 

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