Why do you want to become an Enterprise Management Trainee? There could be various reasons. But I am sure this is an exciting opportunity to explore a diverse variety of businesses and technologies while building your portfolio. Learn more.
As Enterprise Management Trainee
You’ll be given a wide range of responsibilities, which will give you an overview of the whole business landscape. This Enterprise Management Trainee program will take you from idea to implementation, from prototype to live product.
Get inspired by the people and companies that are shaping the industry. You will often work on projects directly with customers. This way, you get to know what helps companies grow their business.
What do you do as an enterprise management trainee?
As a management trainee, you will:
- Take responsibility for everything coming into or going out of your branch.
- Learn by doing. On top of learning how to manage a million-dollar business, you’ll also get real-time experience managing people and making decisions as part of a team.
- Have fun while doing it!
What is the role of a management trainee?
As an enterprise management trainee, you’re an entry-level position that provides the opportunity to learn how to run the business. As a manager, you will manage people and resources.
You’ll be expected to take on some of the responsibilities of owning and running a branch. Management trainees gain experience by working with more senior managers in their branch or division.
This position is an excellent way for someone new to the industry or looking for their first management role to get started on their career path by learning from experienced leaders in our organization at Enterprise Rent-A-Car branches across North America.
How many interviews does enterprise management trainee have?
In the first interview as an enterprise management trainee, you’ll talk with an HR representative. This will be brief and mostly just to get to know each other. They’ll ask you a few questions about yourself and your background so they can assess whether you have the skills necessary for this position.
If you make it through this step, then you move on to interview number two: a longer meeting with one of our regional managers who will ask more in-depth questions about why they should hire you as their next branch manager and what makes you unique among other candidates.
Finally, if both previous interviews go well (and we hope that they do!), then your final interview will be with the branch manager at the location where he or she thinks would best fit into his or her team and help grow the business even further than it already is today!
Management Trainees are the drivers of Enterprise
Enterprise management trainees are the drivers of Enterprise. They are fully responsible for running a branch office, from hiring and firing to managing employees, customers and vendors.
We call it the “behind-the-scenes” job because you don’t see what they do every day – but they make sure everything runs smoothly so you can do your job!
An enterprise management trainee grows up quickly: within two years they’re running their own business with a million-dollar plus budget.
They train to run the business by doing it
Enterprise management trainee learn how to run the business by doing it. They are given high-level responsibility, and they need to be self-starters – the type who won’t hesitate to jump in and make things happen when they’re needed.
This helps them develop important skills like making quick decisions, prioritizing tasks efficiently, delegating responsibilities effectively and communicating clearly with a diverse range of people.
Management Trainees will be accountable for everything coming into or going out of the branch
As an enterprise management trainee, you will be responsible for all aspects of your branch’s operations.
You’ll learn what it takes to run a business by doing everything from customer service, marketing and sales to fleet maintenance and profit & loss management.
The Management Training Program is designed to give you the skills and experience needed for successful careers in the world of Enterprise Rent-A-Car.
Managing people and Businesses
As a management trainee, you’ll learn how to run the business by managing people and a million-dollar-plus business. You’ll get hands-on training in customer service, marketing strategy, finance, operations and more.
You also will have a chance to meet with senior executives from across the country who are committed to helping you develop as a leader.
You will become familiar with our products and services as well as learn how they fit into different industries.
And you’ll be given opportunities to participate in community service projects – helping others is an important part of being an Enterprise employee because it reinforces our belief that we’re all better off when we help each other out.
As an enterprise management trainee, you will learn how to run a single location and then move up within the company.
You may work as a branch manager, regional vice president or even an executive vice president.
If you’re interested in sales and marketing, we have positions available at our head office that are based on commissions.
Enterprise management trainees are expected to work long hours at the start of their career and this may not suit all job hunters!
However, it will provide you with good management skills which can be used throughout your career.