Our two-year Graduate Management Programme gives you the opportunity to experience four different Head Office functions in the following departments: Sales, Brand Management, Customer Operations, Fleet and Risk.
When you join VWFS, you join a group of graduates who are going to grow into the next generation of business leaders. You’ll support each other, learn from each other and face lots of challenges together – you’ll make a lot of good friends too.
Everybody who joins our organisation gets a fantastic company induction. You can learn about the brands, learn about our parent company, discover what makes us different and what the vision is for the future. After all, we’d very much like you to be a part of it for a long time to come.
Our Graduate Programme is built around business rotations through four of the following areas: Sales, Brand Management, Customer Operations, Fleet and Risk. Over two years, these six-month rotations will give you an in-depth view of the company, insight into different functions and a platform for development.
As well as your rotations, you will also have the opportunity to experience short immersions in specialist departments such as IT, HR and Finance. Building this broad knowledge will help you to understand where you excel and where your real career interests lie.
There is always support available at VWFS, because it is a part of our culture. We’re a team. Every new graduate has a mentor to guide them, along with a structured learning and development programme that includes group projects, formal training, eLearning and external visits to suppliers and dealers.
As part of your development, you will also have the opportunity to study for a paid-for post-graduate qualification. Once you know your area of specialism, this will be a vital element in your ongoing professional development.
After the formal programme is complete, you will have the opportunity to further accelerate your career progression by finding and applying for a role that best suits your skills and your ambitions. That might mean re-joining one of the teams you’ve already worked within or even taking on a new challenge in a new area.