Unilever Year 12 Work Experience Programme
Port Sunlight is the centre for Unilever’s Home Care and Beauty & Personal Care Research & Development, with major programmes for Hair, Laundry, Deodorants and Household Care being run from the site.
If Covid restrictions allow, the site’s Y12 Work Experience Programme will run in one-week blocks, (Monday-Friday 09:30-15:30), during the weeks commencing 13 June, 20 June, 27 June and 4 July 2022.
This offer will give successful applicants the opportunity to experience the range of functions that take place across the Port Sunlight site including: Formulation, Digital, Packaging, Consumer Technical Insight and Processing.
It is appropriate for students studying STEM subjects , Business Studies, Psychology etc., and, most importantly, for those individuals with a specific interest in understanding more about how a company like Unilever works and learning more about the available range of roles and opportunities, with a view to starting out on a similar career path.
The Programme is managed by All About STEM and any queries should be directed to [email protected], using ‘Unilever Y12 Work Experience’ in the Subject Line.
Applications close on 31st December 2021.
Successful candidates will be informed by 31st January 2022.
Applications must be submitted online by using the link below:
An ‘Answer Preparation Sheet’ is available in the Downloads section at the bottom of the page. This is a hard copy of the application form and is provided purely to enable applicants to prepare their answers before submitting their application via the online form. No hard copy applications will be accepted.
Teachers may also be interested in the Unilever Bright Future Aspire Programme. This is aimed at Y10-13 and is a completely digital offering.
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