Toll Graduate Program goes global

Toll Graduate Program goes global

Applications for the 2018 Toll Graduate Program have opened, with the program broadening its scope for potential applicants to be based in Australia, Japan, New Zealand and Singapore.

Now in its second year, the Graduate Program is designed to develop a pool of diverse future leaders across the Toll Group and Japan Post, and is structured to give graduates exposure to the company’s three operating divisions: Global Logistics, Global Express and Global Forwarding in order to gain a deep insight and understanding of the logistics industry during their tenure.

Ajay Gopal is a 2017 graduate and is currently on rotation at Toll City in Singapore:

“I was looking for an organisation that would provide a great amount of variety throughout its graduate program. Starting my professional career on the right foot was important, and a vital part of that consists of being exposed to a vast array of roles in various sectors. The Toll graduate program has given me that opportunity.”

The Graduate Program aims to target graduates with Logistics and Supply Chain, Business and Commerce, and STEM degrees who have recently graduated or are about to graduate, and who are fluent in a second language.

“Graduates gain exposure across our core operational business during their rotations, they get to see the end to end process and build their knowledge of how our sites operate from the ground up. This is critical to develop them as our future leaders across the organisation,” said graduate program manager Sharon Abbott.

Successful applicants get to spend time with mentors for career advice and support as well as networking opportunities during their time at Toll.



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