Toyota has launched a search for Britain’s most promising young talent to join its UK operations. Recruitment is under way for its student placement scheme, giving undergraduates a great opportunity to gain hands-on work experience with the world’s leading motor manufacturer.
The company’s UK student placement scheme provides a great opportunity for the next generation of young professionals to develop their knowledge and skills with one of the world best-known and best-respected businesses. Toyota helped define the principles of modern manufacturing with the Toyota Production System and for making Kaizen – the concept of continuous improvement – a watchword in factories and boardrooms the world over.
Placement opportunities are available across many different disciplines and departments at the Epsom, Surrey Headquarters of Toyota GB Plc, the company responsible for UK sales and marketing activities. Details are available at www.toyota.co.uk/studentplacements. Toyota’s website also provides details of career opportunities for experienced professionals.
Toyota Motor Manufacturing (UK) Ltd (TMUK), the company responsible for Toyota’s vehicle manufacturing plant in Burnaston, Derbyshire and engine manufacturing plant in Deeside, North Wales, is also recruiting 11-month industrial placement students. TMUK offers opportunities for graduates, experienced professionals, skilled tradespeople and production roles; more details can be found at recruitment.toyotauk.com/.
Additionally, to support its recruitment drive, Toyota is taking part in university job fairs around the country (detailed below), giving candidates the opportunity to meet members of its human resources team and find out more about the company and its UK operations.
University job fair programme
|14 October||Leeds University|
|16 October||Birmingham University|
|17 October||University of Bath|
|22 October||Loughborough University|
|23 October||Aston University|
|24 October||University of London – Imperial College|
|30 October||Reading University and Lancaster University|
|5 November||Sheffield University|
|6 November||Aston University and University of Kent|
|21 November||Nottingham University|
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