FSQ & Regulatory
Consumer Technical Insights (CTI)
During the internship, you get your own portfolio, projects and responsibilities. You will get the chance to learn everything about Kraft Heinz, not only the business but you will also get to know the people! You will find yourself in a dynamic and international team, where you will be working as an equal business partner from day one. As an integrated team member, we welcome you to take part in the team’s activities such as team meetings & category meetings which will give you a real feel for the company and the business. Get ready for a lot of exposure to internal senior stakeholders and the delivery of key projects for the R&D team going forward.
Like any other company, Kraft Heinz has been affected by the regulations surrounding COVID-19. Currently, the Nijmegen office is partially open. This decision is reevaluated frequently and can be changed. Kraft Heinz has adapted well to the COVID-19 restrictions and there is either a 1.5m distance personal onboarding day as well as an in-person hand-over period or an online-onboarding day as well as an online hand-over period.
You will receive the full allowance and are able to work partially from home and partially from the office.
Please keep in mind that situations may change at any time.
2nd year Master student, with a relevant science study background (eg. Food Science/Technology, Chemical Engineering) required for Product and Process positions
Minimum Bachelor’s required for Culinary, Laboratory, FSQ & Regulatory positions
You should have good communication skills and fluency in English, both written and verbal (Dutch is not a requirement but other languages are a plus!)
Working experience in a relevant industry is advantageous
You are enrolled at a university for at least 50% of the internship duration.
NOTE: EU working rights are required (Either you have EU Citizenship, you are studying in the Netherlands or are eligible for another relevant student work visa)