Pathways career progression
Interns will be assigned to a site in our operations network. You’ll complete a project that exposes you to high-level leadership and complex project execution. Your internship will last 10 to 12 weeks. At the end, you can be considered to return as a full-time Pathways leader after you complete your graduate studies.
Pipeline to Pathways
You’ll work an extended rotation as an area manager. You’ll start as a level 5 employee, building the foundations of leadership required to transition into the Pathways program as a level 6.
This opportunity is available in the Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, and Poland.
After an initial Area Manager experience, you’ll lead teams of 300 to 500 members, or a new site or business type. You’ll improve the efficiency of the operations processes, supported by our engineering and tech teams.
Senior Operations Manager
You’ll move on to become an operations leader, using your analytical skills and operational and leadership experience. You’ll execute initiatives in supply chain and transportation and logistics.
As you complete the Pathways program and promote into roles such as Director or General Manager, you’ll be recognized for your leadership and operational excellence. You’ll use your knowledge to lead a new team, project, business, or site.
Stories from Pathways leaders
“There’s never a dull moment. I was the first intern in the Pathways program to join the Middle Mile. I charted my own path and prepared myself for peak season, where I led an entire shift.”
“I love the level of trust that is placed in me to manage large sites with autonomy. I really enjoy the exposure that we get to senior leadership from being part of this program.”