Logistics Graduate Scheme
DCC Logistics Graduate Programme
Your Future, Accelerated
Be part of an ever-expanding business. Reach the highest levels of the commercial world. Go from being a talented, ambitious graduate to being the future of our company. These are just some of the things that could be in store for you when you join us at DCC.
Our intensive programme
Few development experiences can match the intensity of the DCC Logistics Graduate Programme. Over two years, you’ll build up knowledge and skills in not just one but potentially two different companies – and two different divisions and countries as well.
Your opportunity to experience it all
Our industry-leading logistics capability lies at the heart of everything we do. So as one of our Logistics graduates, you can gain exposure across a huge variety of operations, whether that means coordinating fleets of tankers or providing end user fulfilment for major internet shopping sites. What’s more, you will have opportunities to take on real operational responsibility and lead business improvements every step of the way.
Typical projects you may be involved in:
- Using customer forecasting to match supply to demand
- Implementing changes to improve operational performance across a department
- Creating an innovative new route planning system
Ongoing development and support
Learning happens in the classroom as well as on the job, and we will also provide funding for you to gain a professional qualification. You will be supported throughout the programme by your Line Manager, a dedicated Coach, a Graduate Buddy, your Graduate Programme Business Contact and of course, the Graduate Programme team.
What we look for
A 2:1 degree (or equivalent – e.g. BAC+5) in any discipline plus strong team-working, communication and relationship-building skills. It’s a rotational programme, so you’ll need to be highly adaptable. You also need to be willing to move regularly around the UK and Ireland – and potentially across Europe as well. You must also be entitled to work in the UK, the Republic of Ireland and within the European Union/ European Economic Area
Remember to mention gradireland when contacting employers!