Total Mauritius launches Young Graduate Program intended for the Mauritian young graduates
Through this initiative, the Group aims at recruiting young graduates and to offer them the opportunity to discover the world and at the same time gain international openings for a period of 18 months. (Image: Orange. Mu)
You have a university degree and you dream of an international career in a big company? The Young Graduate Program, launched by the Africa/Middle East management of the Marketing branch & Services (M&S) of Total is for you.
Within the framework of this program, Total Mauritius is recruiting two young graduates from two different sectors: Shop, Food and Services, within the commercial department; and Health safety Environment and Quality.
There are two key stages to Total to the program. The selected candidates will be hired through a fixed-term contract of six months at the end of which they will undergo a mid-term evaluation and move abroad to spend 12 months in one of the M&S of Total subsidiaries within the Africa & Middle East region.
Through this initiative, the Group aims at recruiting young graduates and to offer them the opportunity to discover the world of work hands on and to gain international openings for a period of 18 months.
“In 2013, over 18,766 students completed their university studies. However, it isn’t always easy to find a job,” says Anne-Solange Renouard, Managing Director of Total Mauritius. “Acquiring international exposure so rapidly after finishing their studies will be a priceless asset for their career.”
Furthermore, “this program has been designed to be sustainable, it is applicable on the whole African continent and opens the doors of Total to young graduates, to make them discover a job and at the same time provide them with the opportunity to live a unique experience,” she added.
For further information on candidates’ profile, visit www.total.mu.
About Total Mauritius:
Present in Mauritius since 1956, Total Mauritius Ltd is a subsidiary of TOTAl, 5th World oil group, present in many industrial and commercial businesses, especially in the field of gas and chemistry.
Total Mauritius holds 30% of the market shares of the oil activity of the country and supplies more than 210 000 tons of petroleum products per year.