LIDL Ireland are looking for staff to join their company in a new trainee programme – and the starting salary is great.
Applicants will need a third level degree and a full drivers license to secure the job.
The programme is titled the ‘Business Administration – Management Trainee Programme’.
Lidl Ireland said it is looking for “exceptionally driven” people to apply for the role.
The job offers a starting salary of €46,494.
Lidl Ireland’s job advertisement said: “The Business Administration – Management Trainee Programme offers exceptionally driven, bi-lingual professionals and graduates a unique opportunity to complete a bespoke development programme that fits your qualifications, experience and career ambitions.
“Business Administration underpins our company’s success and with exposure to various essential business functions like Internal Audit, Legal & Compliance, Management Accounting and Finance & Accounting over an 18-month period, this development programme will enable you to acquire the essential skills required to fast track your managerial career.”
Benefits of the job include the salary, a company car, 20 days holidays per annum pro rata and international travel and training.
The job roles include internal audits, legal and compliance advice, management and finance and accounting.
Applicants will need to speak German, have a third-level degree, be proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel as well as a full clean driver’s license.
They should also have excellent communication skills, motivation and drive and the ability to work under pressure.
Meanwhile, a shopper has blown people away after they shared all they got in the retailer’s brand new Waste Not Boxes, available for just €3.
Lidl announced the launch of the boxes, which contain at least 5kg of mixed fruit and vegetables from the store shelves, on Thursday.
WASTE NOT BOXES
The fruit and vegetables included in the boxes will have come from multi-packs where some product has become slightly damaged and removed, and the remaining items which are perfectly good to eat are then used to make up the Waste Not boxes.
Taking to Twitter, one shopper said they were delighted when a cashier in store asked if they would like to purchase a box.
Eamonn Magrath said: “At the checkout at Lidl, Carrick-on-Shannon, earlier. Cashier asked if I would like a box of veg. for €3 that would not normally be sold as items were slightly imperfect.
“I jumped at the offer especially as we have 9 visitors this weekend! Lidl said they will do this each morn!”
Lidl replied to the tweet, saying: “Great to see our €3 Waste Not Boxes being picked up already!”
Sharing a snap online, Eamonn revealed that he managed to pick up carrots, leeks, grapes, two packs of mushrooms and two cabbages in his box.