Aldi’s Graduate Program is now taking applications

Applications for the 2021 Aldi Graduate Program are now open. The company is now looking for recent university graduates wanting a career in retail.

The Graduate Program is a comprehensive 14-month training program, specifically designed to develop a team of leaders in their business. Those who participate are expected to go on to manage a network of Store Managers, through to Store Assistants across three to five stores.

Those who cement a spot in the program will have the opportunity to see over all departments including Buying, Logistics and Customer Interactions.

In addition to the career benefits that come from the program – participants are also rewarded with marketing leading remuneration ($89,000 to $162,000), a company car, iPhone and five weeks annual leave.

A mentor is also provided to support, guide and coach graduates along the way.

Those eligible must:

  • Have completed either a Bachelor or master’s degree in any discipline, no more than two years prior to the start of the program.
  • Provide a transcript that reflects academic excellence.
  • Plan and manage their time effectively to achieve goals.
  • Be supportive and approachable.
  • Be flexible enough to relocate throughout the country during the training and placement period.

Visit to apply.

Applications close March 9, 2020.

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