DTZ has welcomed two graduates to its Manchester office as part of a national 25-strong graduate recruitment programme for 2011.
Natalie Dodd from Sheffield and Adam Taylor from Wirral started work in the firm's Marsden Street offices this month and will work across various departments during the next two years before hopefully gaining RICS accreditation and settling into a specialism at DTZ.
Fifteen graduates have joined in London and a further eight in DTZ's regional offices, including Birmingham, Bristol, Cheltenham and Leeds. Two Chinese national graduates who studied in the UK will also work for DTZ in Hong Kong and mainland China. The UK graduates spent a week going through induction at DTZ's headquarters in London.
John Forrester, chief executive of DTZ, said: "Our graduate programme is one of the best in the business. It provides leadership training and experience, as well as the nuts-and-bolts professional training that graduates need. A high proportion of our senior leadership joined the graduate scheme straight from university."