Applicants of the HR Graduate Programme can look forward to getting exposure to the different facets of Maxis’ People and Organisation division, such as hiring, onboarding, employer branding, L&D and employee rewards.
Leading communications provider Maxis has launched two new graduate programmes to provide young Malaysian talent the opportunity to begin a career path in fields they are passionate about.
The one-year programmes will enable fresh graduates to benefit from accelerated learning tracks in HR & enterprise topics. Open to the public, the Maxis Graduate Programme comprises two courses – the Human Resources Graduate Programme and Enterprise Graduate Programme – where the application period for both is 2 February to 31 March 2021.
Natalia Navin, Chief Human Resource Officer, Maxis, (pictured above) said: "Our new Maxis Graduate Programme is an excellent platform to provide an accelerated learning track for fresh graduates seeking specialisation that will enable them to become subject matter experts or leaders in an area they are passionate about. We really want our graduates to embrace an innovative mindset and to 'Always Be Ahead' in a changing world."
Both courses will involve the following four-step process:
- Selecting their preferred programme
- Onboarding and training
- Multiple rotations
- Work immersion
Applicants of the HR Graduate Programme can look forward to getting exposure to the different facets of Maxis’ People and Organisation division, such as talent hiring, talent onboarding and management, employer branding, learning and development, as well as measuring talent performance and employee rewards.
Applicants of the Enterprise Graduate Programme can be empowered to drive enterprise product development and adoption, especially in technologies such as Cloud, IoT, eCommerce, and Fibre. They will learn how Maxis delivers digital experiences to help digitalise businesses for its SME, Corporate and Government customers through innovative products, services and solutions.
The new announcements complements Maxis' existing programmes, i.e. scholarship, internship and graduate programmes. In December 2020, the company awarded three scholarships to 15 bright and deserving individuals.
Maxis also organised its first Career Fair in 2019. Designed with participation and an immersive experience in mind, it comprised “speed-dating” type interviews as well as various showcases, such as IoT, NB-IoT and AI, to demonstrate what the company is all about to young job seekers.
Photo / Maxis (Natalia Navin, Chief Human Resource Officer, Maxis)