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If you think, you’ve got what it takes

It’s time to see where your skills can take you.

Visit the links below for more details.

  • Apply Online

    Before you apply, it is important that you do your research on Kerry, the food industry and the functional area that you wish to apply to. Once you have decided on the functional area that is right for you, just click on the Apply Online tab to complete the online application form and upload the most recent copy of your CV. Please note that the application process is in English and you must submit an English version of your CV.

  • Situational Judgement Test

    You will be sent a link to complete a Situational Judgement Test (SJT). It is an aptitude test which will assess your approach to problem-solving in work-related situations.

  • Application Screened

    Our dedicated graduate recruitment team will screen your application and assess your suitability to the programme. Please remember to proof read your application and CV before you apply.

  • Online Aptitude Tests

    You will be asked to complete Online Aptitude Tests. These tests are timed and you will only have one attempt to complete.

  • Video Interview

    At video interview stage you will be assessed on both your knowledge of Kerry and your motivation to join and to be part of the Graduate Programme. You will also be asked some technical questions to ensure that you have the knowledge and skills required to work in the area that you have applied to.

  • Assessment Centre

    Should you be successful at video, you will then be shortlisted to attend an Assessment Centre.

    Our Assessment Centres differ by function and you may be required to arrive the afternoon before the Assessment Centre. On the day of the Assessment Centre you will complete three activities:

    1. A presentation exercise (details of which will be provided ahead of the Assessment Centre)
    2. A group discussion exercise
    3. A final round interview

    Both the presentation and group discussion exercise are situational based and are designed to assess how you would deal with certain scenarios relevant to the role you are applying to. The final round interview is a competency based interview. In a small number of cases, some candidates may have a further on-site interview post assessment centre.

  • Job Offer

    In the majority of cases offers are made to successful candidates within 10 days of attending assessment centre.

  • Start Date

    Congratulations you are now a Kerry Graduate! Graduates join the business between July and September each year.

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