Three Ireland to hire 15 people in grad recruitment drive
From left: Dylan Canning, Alex Capper, Rahaf Khalaf and Gearoid Lyons at the launch of Three’s 2018 Graduate Programme. Image: Naoise Culhane

Three Ireland to hire 15 people in grad recruitment drive

21 Sep 2017221 Shares

Telecoms giant gets ready to mentor the next generation.

Three Ireland is launching a new two-year graduate programme that will begin in 2018, with 15 paid learning opportunities for graduates.

The company is preparing to mentor the 15 people in areas including IT and networks, finance, marketing, business, human resources and customer relations.

‘In the fast-paced telecommunications industry, hard work and great ideas really matter’
– MARK REDMOND

“We are seeking enthusiastic, adaptable and commercially oriented graduates to join our team in 2018,” said Mark Redmond, people and property director at Three.

“Our new graduate programme will offer a world-class talent experience, unlocking our graduates’ potential and empowering them to grow in their roles.”

Competitive benefits package for graduates

Three Ireland to hire 15 people in grad recruitment drive

From left: Gearoid Lyons, Alex Capper, Rahaf Khalaf and Dylan Canning. Image: Naoise Culhane

Three is accepting applications from graduates across all disciplines who have graduated with a 2.1 degree or hold master’s qualifications. Successful candidates will join Three’s team in Dublin city centre and complete three eight-month rotations in their area of study. They will receive a competitive salary and benefits package including a handset, annual bonus, pension, healthcare, 25 days of annual leave and more.

The application process for Three’s graduate programme will open on 25 September and close on 30 October 2017.

It is envisaged the graduates will begin their paid placement in September 2018.

“In the fast-paced telecommunications industry, hard work and great ideas really matter,” said Redmond.

“We’re looking for the very best talent to ensure we’re constantly exceeding our customers’ expectations. We want to challenge graduates to innovate and deliver real impacts to our business.

“Through continuous learning and development, we will help our graduates to take the first steps towards a rewarding career in a company where, if you work hard, anything is possible,” he added.

John Kennedy
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