An internship in the sun
6 months in Spain, sweet fruit, the sea and much more. At our headquarters in Puzol, close to Valencia, we offer paid full-time internships from February/March to August/September or from August/September to February/March. All we need is an internship agreement from your university or another educational institution – and you.
You’ll work in an international environment and will be part of a dynamic network of interns from all over the world. You will take on responsibility and varied tasks quickly, tutors from your department will support you as well as the human resources department.
Continuous feedback and in-depth follow-up talks will help you to develop further on a personal and professional level. You will gain insight into the exciting, constantly changing fruit and vegetable business and will learn about the entire value chain of an international company. Besides visiting producers and working on an inspiring intern project, we will also give you Spanish lessons.
We look forward to your application!
Experiences of former SanLucar interns
Intern in the purchasing department
“I did an internship in the purchasing department. SanLucar builds purchasing teams according to the season and harvesting period, and so I met different teams and got to know about different products. A great experience! I was involved in the day-to-day business right away, which meant working in constant coordination with distributors as well as ensuring that orders were dealt with correctly – in close collaboration with the sales department and the logistics team. SanLucar places high value on quality and fair, responsible trade, from the field to the supermarket. I was especially enthusiastic about being able to work with products that I myself buy on a daily basis. The work atmosphere is very personal and open, and not only my tutor from the department continuously accompanied and supported me, I also received support from the HR department.”
Intern in the
“In the human resources department I was responsible for recruiting new trainees and interns. Thus, I wrote job ads and put them online, corresponded with applicants and even organised and held job interviews. I thought it was great that the HR team placed trust in me from the very beginning. At SanLucar you sense the familial atmosphere even on your very first day at work, and social aspects and projects play an important role in the company. I learned a lot about the structures and connections in an international company, not least from the presentations that we interns gave each other about our respective departments. The internship was a wonderful experience and opportunity to make use of what I’d learned at university in the day–to-day business, to learn the strings in new areas of responsibility and to increase my knowledge.”