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Nestlé Management Trainee Program

What is the Nestlé Management Trainee Program?

Nestlé Indonesia hires outstanding graduates onto Nestlé Management Trainee Program based in different business streams. As an NMT, you will follow a comprehensive 24 months program that aims to grow high-performing talent to becoming the future leaders of Nestlé. The program will consist of 3 (three) phases where you need to show us that you share our values and have your own distinctive strengths. There will be evaluation every six months Nestlé graduates stand out through their drive, passion and intelligence – and that’s the key qualities you must meet. We leverage on a holistic approach to people development as we believe that 100% development impact can be achieved if we combine Experience, Networks, and Education based approaches together. By the end of the program; you are expected to be prime candidates for future leadership roles.

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Challenge yourself, be a part of the global team who brings you leading food and beverage brands such as Nescafé, Dancow, Kitkat, Milo and many other quality brands.

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Who we are looking for?

• A bachelor’s degree with maximum 2 years of working experience
• Passionate young talents with leadership experiences in campus or student organizations
• Excellent verbal and written English communication skills
• Strong analytical thinking, presentation, and leadership skills
• Ability to play it well independently and in a team

What streams can I apply to ?

There are three streams that are open for this intake. Read more below.

How does the application process happen?


NMT 2020 Batch II Applications will be open on 5th August 2020. Stay tuned!

Still have questions?

Access our F.A.Q! 



All Nestlé Management Trainee 2020 program recruitment information provided here will be adjusted in accordance with company's guidance for large events and mass gatherings to ensure the safety of applicants and employees in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.