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At Arla, we are happy to cooperate with students and graduates by offering the possibility of a paid internship. Candidates who successfully pass the recruitment process are given the opportunity to develop in a dynamic, international environment.
You will be assigned an internship supervisor who will help you take your first professional steps. An internship is often the beginning of a permanent cooperation with us - interns may be the first to apply for junior specialist positions.
We operate in 32 countries worldwide with services delivered by corporate offices, dairy, distribution and ingredients operations. We currently employ around 700 people in Gdańsk and over 20,000 people worldwide.
We support our colleagues through relevant offerings within e.g. Health & Wellbeing, Diversity & Inclusion, and Human - and Employee Rights.
We have been working structurally with CSR and sustainability for more than 15 years.
You most likely associate us with brands like Arla Apetina, Lurpak or Castello. We are part of the global Arla Foods group employing 19,000 people worldwide and delivering 25 trillion glasses of milk a year.
That being said…
At our office in Gdańsk Wrzeszcz we do not produce butter or cheese, nor do we conduct milk quality assessment.
We are Global Shared Services Center and we deliver tens of projects in Finance, IT, HR, Procurement, Member Relations, European Transport Control Centre, Risk and Compliance.
Check our site to learn more: https://arlakariera.pl/
Caring for a positive employee experience is a must. We can easily use lunch and coffee breaks and our 30 minutes lunch break is included in our working hours. Superiors trust in their employees – so they don’t worry about overusing this opportunity. The organizational structure is characterized by a flat hierarchy – all employees are treated with the same respect, regardless of their role. The manager is just part of the team. The norm is to separate work and private life and stick to the set limits – overtime is rare here. On the other hand, flexibility is dominant in terms of the hours in which the work is performed. At Arla we can start working between 7am and 9am and finish between 3pm and 5pm, which is just great either if you prefer to sleep longer or have more spare time in the afternoon! Every time there’s cause for celebration within the company, everybody gets involved. This inclusivity helps employees to feel valued and connected, which in turn fosters loyalty and happiness in the workplace. Here are Arla’s examples of the actions we take in order to build a friendly workplace for our employees: