At Kellogg Company, we love our people. And they love being here. By celebrating diversity and rewarding their hard work, we've created an environment that enables a drive for success. Our Values are at the core of who we are, what we believe, and what brings us together as one united Kellogg team. They help define what makes our culture and our people special, guiding the way we work with each other, our business partners, and communities. Kellogg Company provides you with local and global opportunities.
From Plant Operation Supervisors to Senior Financial Analysts, Kellogg offers diverse opportunities for military veterans. We are proud of our history of recruiting and developing the careers of veterans. And we recognize that military-experienced talent brings valuable knowledge, skills, and expertise to our company. Are you ready to use your unique experience to play a role in the ongoing success and growth of Kellogg?
Come explore the endless possibilities in an environment where we support you and your professional success. We have a passionate commitment to learning and professional development at Kellogg; growing our employees and our business is critical to our ongoing success." As we grow together, we win together. Our success has always been driven by the skills and ideas of our talented and diverse team of employees. Grow, learn, and lead with us as you take your civilian career further.
Kellogg Company was recently recognized as a “Best for Vets�? Employer by Military Times in May 2017.
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Plant Supervisors, Operators, Electricians, and Mechanics: With manufacturing plants across the nation, we have a wide number of front-line supervisor opportunities focused on operational excellence! View our current opportunities here.
I work in the Global Work Place Solutions department under Kellogg's IT. As a Senior Manager in this department, I am a project owner as well as a resource manager. As a team, we build and test solutions for the workplace to include printing, meeting rooms, and video conferencing. My team not only works with our regional partners, but we also work with external vendors who assist with these projects. As the project owner, I am also responsible for ensuring decisions made within the project match the scope and vision of Work Place as well as meet the needs of the business.
Have a plan, but be flexible. I had a rock solid plan…that didn't happen. I planned on moving back near my family in Michigan, work for the Department of Logistics and use my GI Bill to get my MBA. I was accepted to grad school, I applied to all DLA positions that I was qualified for, and I didn't count my chickens. I also applied for five to ten jobs daily in the same area that were civilian organizations. To my surprise, I was getting more attention from corporations. I was offered a job from Kellogg's but I had to get approval to exit the Army two months early. I did my homework prior to interviewing and I knew that it was very feasible to get an early release. I pushed the system and was able to be home five weeks after I was hired. I also chose to defer starting my MBA for a semester in order to adjust to the demands of my new job.
Since day one I could tell that military service was valued. Not only the act of serving but for the skills and attributes that the military instilled in me to bring to the table. I can always tell that the bar is set a little higher once it's know I'm a Veteran and I love that I'm given that extra responsibility. I would tell other Veterans that your service is valued at Kellogg and wouldn't ever go unnoticed. That has always been important to me and I know it is important to other Veterans.
After my third deployment in the Navy, I decided it was time to go back to school. I knew I wanted to be in the marketing or sales field, but I didn't really know how to get there with a company that I could grow in and find a career with. In my sophomore year, I was already taking advanced sales classes and had the opportunity to have a District Sales Manager and Retail Sales Representative come into class and talk to us about Kellogg and an internship opportunity that was approaching in my area. I could hear the passion in their voices about the company and how it operated as a family. I was instantly sold! After my three month internship I wasn't disappointed either. Somehow a worldwide, fortune 500 company is made to feel like a “mom and pop shop�? where everyone cares about their fellow employees. This is what sets Kellogg apart from other employers. This ultimately led to me accepting a job offer from Kellogg over other fortune 500 companies.