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RB New Zealand

  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

About RB New Zealand

  • Retail, Sales & Consumer Goods

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RB is the world’s leading consumer health and hygiene company.

With operations in over 60 countries and sales in almost 200 countries, RB employs approximately 37,000 people worldwide. Every day, we strive to find even better ways to give people innovative solutions for healthier lives and happier homes – making a real difference.

If it’s tried and tested, we challenge it. We continually invest in research and innovation to stay ahead of the game. In fact, we are changing the game in consumer health, working with people to challenge conventional thinking – whether it is product, packaging and delivery, consumer information or marketing. – That’s how we keep generating the breakthrough thinking and ideas that built 19 iconic Powerbrands around the world with well-loved names such as Nurofen, Strepsils, Mucinex, Dettol, Finish and Vanish. Today, RB is the global No. 1 or No. 2 in the majority of its fast-growing categories, driven by an exceptional rate of innovation.

Ranked in the top 20 on the London Stock Exchange, our relentless drive to change the game and outperform has trebled our revenue since 2000 and quadrupled our market cap.

Fuelled by a new breed of talent who blend intellectual curiosity with commitment to the highest quality standards, RB is set to redefine the world of consumer health and hygiene. RB people and its culture are at the heart of the company’s success. They have an intensive drive for achievement and a desire to outperform wherever they focus, including in sustainability where the company is targeting a 1/3 reduction in water impact, 1/3 reduction in carbon and to have 1/3 of its net revenue coming from more sustainable products by 2020.

Do you want to contribute to the future success of the world’s fastest growing FMCG company? Thrive in a game changing environment of high autonomy and accountability? The RB graduate program will give you the springboard of challenge, opportunity and individual freedom. What happens next is up to you.

Opportunities

  • Wellington, Auckland, Christchurch
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Graduate Success Stories


  • Graduate stories
The most satisfying part of my job and the industry is seeing my work come to life – whether that is a new product launch, an in-store marketing execution or a branded TVC on air.

Ben Ricketts

  • Graduate stories
The most satisfying part of my job and the industry is seeing my work come to life – whether that is a new product launch, an in-store marketing execution or a branded TVC on air.

Ben Ricketts

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  • Graduate stories
Having a positive attitude will get you far in any job. A lot of any role is people management and working effectively in a team environment.

Katie McNair

  • Graduate stories
Having a positive attitude will get you far in any job. A lot of any role is people management and working effectively in a team environment.

Katie McNair

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  • Graduate stories
The most satisfying part of my job and the industry is seeing my work come to life – whether that is a new product launch, an in-store marketing execution or a branded TVC on air.

Ben Ricketts

  • Graduate stories
The most satisfying part of my job and the industry is seeing my work come to life – whether that is a new product launch, an in-store marketing execution or a branded TVC on air.

Ben Ricketts

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  • Graduate stories
Having a positive attitude will get you far in any job. A lot of any role is people management and working effectively in a team environment.

Katie McNair

  • Graduate stories
Having a positive attitude will get you far in any job. A lot of any role is people management and working effectively in a team environment.

Katie McNair

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