QUBE is calling for applications for its 2021 cadet program, with positions open in Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney.
Successful candidates will work as operations clerks in the import department, with training and mentoring provided to them at every stage, Qube says.
Qube chief operating officer Paul Digney said it is an exciting time at the company, as the logistics and supply chain sector is seeing dramatic growth and dynamic change.
“We decided to launch a cadet program as we are wanting to attract people at the beginning of their career journey who are keen to explore the supply chain sector as a potential career path and may not have considered it otherwise,” he said.
“The cadet program will allow people to gain significant on the job experience and training across multiple facets of the business and develop a strong understanding the dynamic nature of logistics. This program will act as a springboard to move within the Qube business.”
Qube group head of human resources Emily Link said the purpose of the program is not only to attract emerging talent to the sector, but also showcase potential career pathways for people from all fields of study, from automation, software development, business, design, procurement, engineering, project management, maritime and more.
“Qube is a business that allows people to gain experience across multiple disciplines from traditional operational roles through to new age technology. We are passionate about bringing new talent into our business to help foster a culture of innovation, entrepreneurial spirt and diversity,” Ms Link said.
“These roles will be perfect for anyone wanting to get a great start in our organisation and will be coupled with extensive training, workplace experience and opportunities. We encourage people from all types of backgrounds to apply as the supply chain sector is changing and we need passionate individuals who are keen to get involved in driving the change.”
Head to the Qube careers page to find out how to apply.