General Merchandise - the homebird

What you need: predicted 2:1
Application deadline: 14 January 2018
Programme start date: 25 June 2018
Pay: £18,000 pro rata


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Buying and Merchandising - what’s the difference?

On the programme you’ll follow a Buying or a Merchandising route. A Buyer works closely with our suppliers to ensure that we’re sourcing the right products for customers. A Merchandiser delves into the detail of data, helping us ensure we have the right amount of stock at the right time.

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Our interns work on real projects

Like working on our online ranges to ensure they're competitively priced, benefiting our suppliers, our customers, and Tesco.

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Collaborating across the business

Our General Merchandise graduates work with teams across the Tesco business, from Marketing to Online, you could be helping with brand development, or working through our supply chain.

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Application process

Online application

This is your first chance to tell us about you!

Online test

These tests can be done in the comfort of your own home and help us to understand you a little better.

Video interview

You'll be asked to do a video interview, which can be done at home like the online tests. You can re-record your answers, so don't panic!

Assessment centre

If your video interview is successful, you'll be invited to an assessment centre which includes a face-to-face interview, a group exercise and a presentation

This is your first chance to tell us about you!

These tests can be done in the comfort of your own home and help us to understand you a little better.

You'll be asked to do a video interview, which can be done at home like the online tests. You can re-record your answers, so don't panic!

If your video interview is successful, you'll be invited to an assessment centre which includes a face-to-face interview, a group exercise and a presentation