If you have big plans for your career, if you know you want to climb, no, scale the corporate ladder, then you should get on the right track with a coveted position in a management trainee programme.
Everything you will learn in an MBA – the case studies, problem solving, analysis, projects, etc. – is covered in the day-to-day training, assignments and working life of a management trainee programme.
Job rotation and assignments will also put you in touch with people from various levels and departments – yet another chance for you to show your stuff and make an impression with decision-makers, who may later on have a say in your confirmation and promotion.
So, really, the management trainee role is a high profile one even if you are at the entry level!
Duties & Responsibility :
• Understand each key department (e.g.: Nursery, Farm Production, Planning, QC, QA, Supply Chain) day to day operations, work processes, work principles & KPI.
• Gaining experience and perspective by working in different departments.
• Completing classroom instruction or assignments in various topics that are related to their department rotation.
• Taking and passing tests and evaluation (oral or paper examination) to pursue in the program.
• Attending lectures and internal training that will aid in their development.
• Learning to produce reports, create projects and oral presentations.
• Observing and training with experienced staff to learn about the standards, procedures and methods used to be effective within each department.
• Collaborating with managers to plan the manpower & work force for the company.
• Aiding in the process of developing and instituting policies, performance goals and objectives.
• Analysing company reports to evaluate the company's activities such as farm output qty, sales qty, process efficiency, quality control, process control, inventory control, etc.
• Identifying trends and then developing recommendations based on the information gathered.
• Learning about the various functions and operations for all employees, as well as the practices and policies that impact each phase of the business.
• Assist in any duties assigned by superior from time to time