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Mapletree to hire up to 30 fresh grads for work-study traineeship

MAPLETREE Investments has launched a 12-month full-time work-study programme that will see it employ up to 30 trainees from local tertiaries.

The programme is fully funded by Mapletree and aims to support fresh graduates who face difficulty in finding employment in Singapore amid the global pandemic, Mapletree said in a press statement on Wednesday.

Set to commence from December, the Mapletree Traineeship is open to students who graduated from universities or polytechnics in 2019 or 2020, with less than one year of working experience.

According to Mapletree, trainees will have the opportunity to gain relevant skills and knowledge in the real estate industry.

The work component will provide graduates with the chance to work on projects involving different business functions within Mapletree. These include finance/data analytics, human resources, information systems and technology, investor relations, leasing and marketing, as well as property management. Trainees will also have the opportunity to be rotated.

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Meanwhile, the study component will allow trainees to attend classes by Mapletree's senior leaders and curated real estate courses from the Singapore Management University. Such courses include Introduction to Real Estate Economics, Law of Real Estate and Real Estate Investments and Finance modules, Mapletree said.

Trainees will receive a certificate upon completion and suitable trainees may be offered jobs with the Mapletree group.

Graduates who are eligible can submit their applications via https://www.mapletree.com.sg/Careers/M-TRAIN.aspx before the Nov 30 closing date.

Headquartered in Singapore, Mapletree is a real estate development, investment, capital and property management company. As at March 31, 2020, it had assets under management of S$60.5 billion.

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