Does your to-do list include searching for a new job? We are offering a boost to the job prospects of university graduates by announcing that a bumper roster of almost 2000 new graduate positions will be made available over the course of 2022.
The new positions are for our award-winning Management Training Programme. Graduates can choose to start their training at any of Enterprise’s 450 branches across the country and with the opportunity to be promoted quickly, reaching Branch Manager level within only two or three years. Enterprise’s newly appointed Head of European Operations, Khaled Shahbo, is an example of this, beginning his career at Enterprise on the Training Programme.
Our enhanced graduate positions provide a boost for 2021 graduates, who saw their chances of securing a suitable job fall by a third amid competition with last year’s graduates. Our programme offers bespoke on-the-job training and many opportunities for early advancement from one of the UK’s award-winning graduate employers.
We place a strong emphasis on attracting a diverse graduate talent pool, actively recruiting from more than 100 universities while also creating a transparent recruitment and progression process where everyone has the best opportunity to succeed.
High performing graduates can progress to Assistant Manager within just eight to 12 months of joining. At this point, employees become responsible for contributing to the successful running of the branch. It becomes a business that they run entrepreneurially and receive pay based on branch performance on top of their base salary.
Enterprise is at the forefront of helping to develop new integrated transport options by playing a leading role in innovative projects such as the UK’s largest Mobility as a Service programme in Scotland and a ground-breaking mobility credit scheme in Coventry.
Nadia Javaid, Area Manager was promoted five times within a few years before arriving in her current role.She said: “When I joined Enterprise in 2012 I had a very ‘traditional’ career path initially starting the Management Training Programme in Glasgow. I had five promotions within my first few years eventually being promoted to Area Manager. I am now responsible for seven branches across Glasgow and the West of Scotland, none of this could have been possible without joining the Graduate Management Training Programme.”
Ashley Hever, Talent Acquisition Director, said: “We are delighted to be able to offer a bumper roster of almost 2000 graduates the opportunity to start their career with Enterprise Rent-A-Car. With 1,600 roles currently available and plans to add a further 400 later this year, more than ever we are looking for talented and motivated individuals who want to progress quickly, are open to new opportunities, and who enjoy teamwork and looking after customers. As we promote from within for most roles, people can rise to the top.
Those wishing to apply or find out more about a potential career with Enterprise can head to our careers website to find out more.