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Internships 2017

 

Internship opportunities within Proctor & Allan are unpaid and require a minimum commitment of three months. This Internship opportunity provides an unparalleled experience for a student who wishes to be a part of the workings of a busy food manufacturing company.

 

Participating interns have the opportunity to work in various areas within Proctor & Allan, including Distribution, Engineering, Finance, Marketing, Production, Quality Assurance, Sales, Supply Chain and Human Resources. Interns must possess good communication and organizational skills, be adaptable, have high integrity and be self- driven.

 

Eligibility for the Internships

 

  • To be eligible, applicant must meet the following requirements:
  • 18 years of age, or older, at the time of submitting the application;
  • Currently enrolled in school; or just graduated;
  • A Kenyan citizen
  • Accreditation
  • If a student would like to use the Proctor & Allan Internship for college credit, accreditation is at the discretion of the student’s college or university.
  • The Proctor & Allan Human Resource Office will assist applicants, in coordination with Proctor & Allan mentors, in providing appropriate information to college or university officials to approve accreditation. Arrangements for accreditation must be made before the Internship begins.

 

Placement

 

Proctor & Allan is comprised of 9 departments as listed above. We suggest each applicant identify the specific area he/she prefers, and at least two additional alternatives.

 

Every effort will be made to accommodate the intern’s preference; however, Proctor & Allan will match interns with available openings and they may decide whether the selection meets their desires.

 

How to Apply

 

A complete application includes:

 

  • A letter from University of College.
  • Your current resume (including 3 references with their phone number, mailing and email addresses)
  • A cover letter answering the following questions:
  • Why are you seeking an Internship in Proctor & Allan and what do you hope to gain from the experience?
  • In what way could you contribute to Proctor & Allan?
  • A current transcript verifying student enrollment status or a document from the school registrar confirming enrolled status.
  • A final year transcript or graduating certificate for students who have already completed their course.
  • Insurance cover for the period of attachment.
  • Medical clearance report.

 

The applications should be addressed to the Human Resource Manager with “Application for Internship” as the subject title. Please send your application to proctor@proctor-allan.com.