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Ixom New Zealand

4.3
  • #3 in R&D and manufacturing
  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

Ixom New Zealand Graduate Stories

  • Graduate stories
My one piece of advice is to take on any opportunities that come your way, even if they don’t sound attractive at the time - just do it! This has paid off really well for me while at IXOM.

Conrad Fraser

  • Graduate stories
My one piece of advice is to take on any opportunities that come your way, even if they don’t sound attractive at the time - just do it! This has paid off really well for me while at IXOM.

Conrad Fraser

  • Graduate stories
I think the best part of the graduate program is that through your rotations you get to see different corners of the business you wouldn’t ordinarily see if you stayed in one role.

Jack Cameron

  • Graduate stories
I think the best part of the graduate program is that through your rotations you get to see different corners of the business you wouldn’t ordinarily see if you stayed in one role.

Jack Cameron

  • Graduate stories
Working in the Life Sciences division of Ixom my role primarily sources raw materials to be used in the manufacture of food and nutritional products.

Ben Hart

  • Graduate stories
Working in the Life Sciences division of Ixom my role primarily sources raw materials to be used in the manufacture of food and nutritional products.

Ben Hart

  • Graduate stories
A large part of my role is going to customer sites and running tests that provide information on how the process is running and how the chemicals are performing in the processes.

Bernard Koome

  • Graduate stories
A large part of my role is going to customer sites and running tests that provide information on how the process is running and how the chemicals are performing in the processes.

Bernard Koome

  • Graduate stories
At Ixom I work within the NZ Projects team to investigate, plan and supervise ongoing projects at our manufacturing and storage sites throughout New Zealand.

Jack Whitfield

  • Graduate stories
At Ixom I work within the NZ Projects team to investigate, plan and supervise ongoing projects at our manufacturing and storage sites throughout New Zealand.

Jack Whitfield

  • Graduate stories
The reason I decided to do engineering was because I enjoyed working on science research projects in high school and liked working in teams.

Phoebe Marples

  • Graduate stories
The reason I decided to do engineering was because I enjoyed working on science research projects in high school and liked working in teams.

Phoebe Marples