2 years ago

When:
9 May, 2016

Location:
UNSW Chemical Sciences Building 320A/B

Organised by:
Chemical Engineering Undergraduate Society


Have you ever thought about working in the food industry? Or how you could apply your engineering/food science degree in one of Australia’s most recognisable fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) company?

Arnott’s will be answering these questions and so much more when they come and present to chemical engineering, industrial chemistry and food science students on Monday the 9th of May at 3pm.

FREE AFTERNOON TEA with Arnott's Biscuits, coffee and tea will be provided!

Arnott’s is one of the largest food companies in the Asia Pacific region and specifically the largest producer of biscuits in Australia. Despite Arnott’s being a subsidiary of the Campbell Soup Company in the United States since 1997, the Australian icon Arnott’s Biscuits Ltd has remained in Australia and is continuing to expand with facilities in Sydney, Adelaide and Brisbane.

In such a large company there are a significant amount of careers that chemical engineers, industrial chemists and food scientists can challenge themselves in, including R&D and Supply Chain.
Additionally there is a Campbell Arnott’s ‘Apetite’ two year graduate development program that combines structured behavioural-skills learning with hands on experience. The purpose of the program is to deliver Arnott’s future business leaders.

We are extremely fortunate to have the Vice President of R&D, Jenifer Moss, to come and present to us. The program will consist of a 30 min presentation from Jennifer, followed by 15 mins of Q&A and then informal networking for the rest of the hour over free afternoon tea with Arnott's biscuits, coffee and tea.

So if you would like a career in FMCG or would simply like an upper edge when applying for internships and graduate roles – come along next Monday and learn from the best!

This student Club activity is proudly supported by Arc @ UNSW. For more information about Arc Clubs visit www.arc.unsw.edu.au.