Supply graduate programme

27,775 people work for Diageo and over half of them are in our supply chain. It’s an intricate and sophisticated operation that’s the product of logistical, manufacturing and technical collaborations all around the world. Join this programme and you’ll receive a exhilarating varied experience.

Get the international perspective

During your three years with us you'll grow your expertise in a number of areas. These include how we make our products and the manufacturing process, how we bring together the materials and ingredients for the the production of our products, plus how we ensure they get out in the market for customers to buy. And you'll get an international perspective. The products we supply and the challenges we face vary from country to country, so it's important that you understand how Diageo operates as an international company. We'll help you build a diverse global network and give you the opportunity to join an international organisation.

“I’m actually just coming to the end of the graduate scheme. I spent my first year in Runcorn as a team leader working on manufacturing excellence, and then moved to London to work in global recruitment. From there, I became a supply project manager – and now I’m moving to Chicago.”


Brand Change Project Manager

Shape the future

We want your ideas to improve our processes and help shape our future. You could be looking at ways to drive sustainability in all we do, helping develop more cost-effective bottling techniques or creating innovative new packaging methods.

Crucially, you'll have the chance to experience how we do things first hand. You might, for example, see how we produce Captain Morgan rum in the US or visit Ireland to discover how we make Guinness, the world's number one stout. Wherever the programme takes you, there’s no better platform for a career in supply chain.

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Launch a career, helping us source, produce and deliver 6.5 billion litres of products every year.


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