A manufacturing career worth investing in

A manufacturing career worth investing in

Fabrizio Rutschmann, HR and Organisation SVP at Prysmian. Calls early career professionals to take a journey into the world of cable manufacturing, and explains the opportunities for those joining the Make It program.

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“We have created a career program, called Make It, to offer a very distinctive journey to talented engineers who want an attractive career in a fast-paced and dynamic manufacturing environment.” Fabrizio Rutschmann smiles when asked about Prysmian’s strategy to foster the human and professional inclusion of engineers with 3-7 years of experience with the world leader of the cable and systems industry: “With an extensive presence in 5 continents, we offer the best professional opportunities to all the very qualified people who share our same values and ambitions: Prysmian is a solid corporation founded on technological excellence, but made by human beings.”

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82 factories, 13 centres of excellence in 35 countries provide an idea of this global public company devoted to manufacturing and innovation. Prysmian commits about €200 million each year to its industrial investments. It is the global leader in the key market of cables and systems for energy and telecommunication infrastructures.

“We are first looking for people who love working with people. A factory is above all a community,” Rutschmann points out, mentioning as an example of engagement the YES-Your Employee Shares program, that enables workers to become shareholders at favourable conditions.

“Now, we are on the hunt for professionals with some years of experience who like to continuously challenge themselves and achieve ambitious goals; people who want to fight for innovation, high performers who like to change things and think ‘out-of-the-box’”.

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The Make It project was conceived to introduce engineers with less than 7 years of experience into the cable industry – which is new to most of them – while providing the basics of design, machinery and processes specific to the industry. Thanks to Make It, Prysmian Group now hosts 50 newly-hired manufacturing professionals from all around the world.

Make It grants unique benefits compared to traditional recruiting models, according to Rutschmann: “The thorough recruitment and assessment process, world class training, specialized on boarding, and mentor assignments, all delivered in a meritocratic way, mean faster career growth for those who deserve it. We look forward to growing and nurturing a global community of more than 100 people in Make It Program."

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"With an extensive presence in 5 continents, we can offer the best growth opportunities to all who share our same values and ambitions."

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Fabrizio Rutschmann

SVP Human Resources & Organisation

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Rutschmann also has some suggestions for engineers looking for a manufacturing career in Prysmian: “be humble and ambitious at the same time, be a real change agent without forgetting to remain a people enabler, be resilient to external problems but also keep an entrepreneurial attitude and always strive for the best results."

Join the Prysmian Make It program, and become part of a Group deeply committed to research and development, with an innovative people and talent development management structure. We want to be your employer of choice.

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Fabrizio Rutschmann
Senior Vice President Human Resources & Organisation

 

A graduate in Business Administration from Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, with a specialisation from SDA Bocconi University of Milan, Fabrizio Rutschmann began his career at the Electrolux Group, where he served in various Human Resources positions before becoming HR Director of one of UniCredit’s seven banks. Joining the Pirelli Group in 1999 as Human Resources Manager of the Tire Business Unit’s Italian Division, Rutschmann became Pirelli’s Chief HR Officer in 2006. Since June 2010, Rutschmann has been SVP Human Resources & Organisation at Prysmian Group.

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