At Ford, we’re proud of our long-standing tradition of developing world-class professionals who can operate effectively across our diverse workforce.
Join us on our Human Resources Graduate Programme, and you’ll be part a global team that’s striving for HR excellence and business partnership.
You’ll progress through a variety of different roles within our HR team; each with real responsibilities. Your focus is likely to be in one of these generalist areas:
- Employee Relations - Working closely with our people to ensure relations are effectively managed, and helping line managers to interpret and implement company policies.
- Operational HR and Business Support – Providing support with workforce planning and development, and supporting HR activities – such as performance management, compensation planning and employee engagement initiatives.
What’s in it for you?
As a Ford Graduate, you’ll receive a very competitive salary which can increase as you progress through our organisation. You’ll also receive 26 days annual leave a year (plus bank holidays), an annual holiday bonus payment, discounted rates on Ford cars (for you, and members of your family too), a pension plan, and onsite gyms at most Ford locations.
We’ll also invest in your ongoing development, offering you the opportunity to study for a professional HR qualification, so you’ll start your working life with all the support you need to build a long and rewarding career.
Many of the roles you’ll take on are in our European or Global teams, so you’ll have the chance to experience what most HR professionals never have the chance to – global and cross-cultural consideration.
Who we’re looking for
We’re looking for people who display a few key qualities. Ideally, you’ll have a minimum 2:2 undergraduate degree, with effective interpersonal and communication skills, and strong team working ethos. You’ll also be highly motivated, with a proactive approach and a willingness to learn.
Do you want to go further with Ford? Then we’d love to hear from you. Apply here today.