Randstad’s mission is to shape the world of work and every day Randstad’s expert consultants use their specialist sector insight to connect the right people to the right roles. It’s an ethos that straddles a staggering 45 countries across the globe.
Randstad has a high performance culture, which means it sets up graduates to win. Employees enjoy interesting work, set targets, focused projects and a thriving team environment. Most of all, Randstad employees know that they will be acknowledged and rewarded for their hard work.
There is a long-term commitment to helping employees excel in their career, which is why Randstad has its own in-house learning and development team. The progressive nature of the business allows employees to quickly climb the career ladder and 80% of all promotions are made internally.
As you’d expect, Randstad want to attract top graduate talent and the competitive starting salary and benefit packages reflect this. Above this, Randstad offers more than a job — it offers a fulfilling career where graduates can achieve and excel in their career aspirations.
Excellent group and individual training offered by experienced in-house learning and development professionals. Randstad’s commitment to career development means that new starters receive support from day one, inclusive of a thorough induction programme. All Randstad employees receive personal and tailored training programmes throughout their career to ensure they achieve their long-term career goals.
- Number of Graduate Vacancies per Year:
- Applicants per Place:
- Location of Vacancies:
- Bristol, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Glasgow, London, Luton, Leeds, Manchester, Maidenhead, Southampton and Reading
- Starting Salary:
- £18,000 to £25,000
- Minimum Educational Requirements:
- Prefer 2:2 degree or above
Graduate Employer League Tables
- Overall Intake: Fewer than 5 (1202nd)
- Northern Ireland: Fewer than 5 (47th)
- Administrative & support: Fewer than 5 (26th)
- Health professionals: Fewer than 5 (49th)