Be part of a strong culture.
Reece is an Australian icon – we've been around for 100 years. We're a big business that works hard to retain the little things that made us great when we were small. We live by our values – we also hire by them and promote by them. We take our work seriously but not ourselves.
Much more than plumbing.
You might know us as Australia's largest supplier of plumbing and bathroom products but that's just the start. We're a major public company with over 6,000 people, 615 locations, 10 business lines across ANZ and 2500+ people in our North American business.
We are heavily focused on logistics, technology and marketing to drive the business forward, we even have a creative agency, innovation centre, and insight hub. This broad skill base helps us solve customer problems in unique ways. We're growing both nationally and internationally and that's where you come in.
About the opportunity
The Sales & Leadership Graduate Program is designed to accelerate the development of those who are passionate about retail management and leadership, business development and creating customers for life. If you'd like to acquire the skills to run a retail branch as if it was your own – this role is for you. Throughout the 18-month program, you will enjoy:
In return you'll be fairly compensated, provided a uniform allowance, have access to fuel, gym and other awesome product discounts. Plus, you'll have the opportunity to reach your potential and foster a long-lasting career.
At Reece, attitude is key. We aim to improve the lives of our customers and our people by striving for greatness every day. We don't expect you to have industry experience - although retail or customer service experience is advantageous. We'd like to hear from you if you have the following:
Applications for the Sales & Leadership Graduate Program are now open. Interviews for candidates in WA, SA, Tasmania and ACT will commence from the 4th of October.
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