This Is The Perfect Opportunity If You Are Out Of Uni And Just Need Someone To Give You A Chance

One of the biggest concerns among new graduates is the struggle of not being given a chance to get experience. Even graduate roles are seeking someone with prior similar workforce skills. Dreams of becoming a CEO of a company are a merely a dream, or so we thought.

What if there was a way to fast-track your high-flying leadership dreams? A way to sit in the CEO’s chair and overlook a multinational company – if only for a month..

Adecco, the world’s leading HR solutions provider, are opening their doors both locally and globally to let someone become an Adecco CEO for a month. It starts with you sitting in the big chair with Adecco New Zealand’s Managing Director Mike Davies. Then, a few lucky Adecco CEOs from different countries head along to a boot camp and finally, the biggest chair of them all – Alain Dehaze, CEO of Adecco.

It doesn’t matter if you have three years experience in a similar field. There is one simple question you have to answer – do you have the #CEO attitude?

Are you wise and professional? Do you dare to succeed, have self-belief and most of all like a challenge? If you answered yes to one or more of these, then you need to click here and apply.

If you need more convincing:

  • Your month as an Adecco CEO includes a healthy salary. In fact, just one month of work is roughly the equivalent dollar value of a year of university fees.
  • A month with Adecco could become a lifetime career as they are always open to future employment if (when) you shine.
  • It doesn’t matter where you live, if you are not from Auckland they will put you up for the month.

It might all sound too good to be true, it is an opportunity of a lifetime after all. But it is real and you could make yourself stand out in front of the crowd. Just ask last year’s New Zealand CEO for One Month Anna Zam or the International CEO for One Month, Camille Clement.

What are you waiting for? Apply! Applications close on the 21st March.