We look after the finances that impact on every part of Morrisons, supporting future plans and decision-making. You can play a key role in working in the heart of your community with our Finance Graduate Scheme.
Behind every successful business is a successful finance team. Morrisons is no different.
Join us, on our Finance Graduate Scheme, and you can impact every part of our business, as you learn how to provide vital insight and expertise, whether you’re helping buyers deliver great value offers for our customers or supporting teams to pursue new opportunities.
What you’ll be doing
You’ll do three finance placements over three experience-filled years. In that time, you’ll get involved in real-life projects touching everything from accounting, tax and treasury to financial planning, analysis and business intelligence while earning a starting salary of £27,000. You’ll also do two short placements in our stores to give you an even better understanding of our business and our customers.
As well as learning on-the-job, you’ll study for a level 7 CIMA qualification – and we’ll support you by paying your exam fees and giving you study leave. By the end of the three years, you’ll have all the skills and experience you need to enjoy a rewarding career as an accountant.
The start of a great career
We’re confident you’ll find working at Morrisons rewarding, our team spirit is hard to beat! We celebrate individuals and their achievements, it’s all about getting stuck in, learning tons, and bringing what makes you special to make us better.
What you’ll need to join us
Our colleagues ‘Make Morrisons’. You’ll be no exception. So, it’s important that you are great communicator and listener who enjoys working in a challenging, fast-paced environment and can build strong relationships with diverse teams. We look for graduates who can solve problems, apply common sense, and keep their finger on the pulse of what’s happening across our business. Also important are good numerical and analytical skills, and a real flair for analysing and presenting data.
- You must have a minimum 2:1 degree (any discipline)
- 3 A levels at Grade B (or equivalent) and Grade C (4) in Maths and English GCSEs.
- A full UK driving licence is essential.