We’re known for our collaborative and supportive working culture, and we want you to feel at home from the start. So when you first arrive, you'll be met by people who can share their personal experiences of our business and our culture - your personal support network during your time at Vodafone.
Who will be in your support network?
Buddy: An allocated second year graduate buddy will be there to give you first-hand advice over the two years, as well handy tips on all the little things that matter – from the dress code to where you can get a good breakfast.
Mentor: An employee from the business with a wealth of Vodafone experience will be there to provide impartial guidance and support.
Manager: Your manager will look after you on your placements as well as throughout your programme. They’ll manage your day-to-day working experience and personal development.
Business Points of Contact: Senior members of the business from your department will help you to get familiar with your area and its position in the larger organisation, and will set challenging extra-curricular group projects to help develop your core skills.
The Future Talent Team: This team will support you throughout the programme and beyond, and will be in touch regularly.
The graduate population: There’s a real community spirit among our graduates. From flat-sharing and car-pooling to just having a chat, your fellow graduates are a great source of knowledge and support.
“Being a part of a massive graduate community made the transition from university to work so easy, as you are always surrounded by friends going through the same new and exciting experiences.” Megan Ross, Organisational Development Specialist
Once the introductions are over, your induction will begin. This will help you really get to know us. You’ll explore the campus, meet key people from across the organisation and start to get immersed in our culture.