Interested in a fast-paced, rewarding and successful career with a global innovative retailer?
Welcome to the Harvey Norman Graduate Program, where your hunger-to-learn and can-do attitude will be rewarded.
Today's Grads, Tomorrow's Leaders
It’s simple, really. Your career progression at Harvey Norman is up to you. Whether you hold a degree in Arts, Business, Commerce, Communications, Economics, Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology, Law or Marketing, the Harvey Norman Graduate Program provides extensive training, development and opportunities across a diverse range of fields and roles. You will be mentored by highly successful business owners and senior managers and receive guidance and support to develop leadership skills and business acumen to excel in your career. From there, the possibilities for achievement are limitless - determined by your ambition, performance and dedication.
Rather than becoming just ‘another employee’, Harvey Norman’s philosophy is to give you enough scope to take full advantage of your skills and capabilities. You will be involved in many exciting projects to develop your talents and achieve your goals. You will be encouraged to foster positive change, drive innovation and become a leader of tomorrow.
Harvey Norman Bedding New Zealand
Degree in Economics - Macquarie University
"The Harvey Norman Franchise business model appealed to me - the freedom to run my own business, the ability to be in control of the outcomes of the store, the interaction with customers, suppliers and sales teams, and the unlimited earning potential of a model based on profit share.
The opportunities while working for Harvey Norman have been amazing, the people that I have met and the knowledge and skills that they have shared with me have helped to further my career. I have also had the opportunity to live and work across Australia and New Zealand, and have traveled overseas to places like the USA, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Vietnam, and China. The culture and the people have shaped my views on the world and our place in a global society."