An opportunity that Ingeborg Jorgensen, material scientist in the R&D department in Schwerin, Germany, values as one of the major arguments that convinced her about a career in Prysmian: “I believe that for a young talent, “learning by doing” is the best way to fully understand the company, the products and the industry. In my experience, Prysmian offers this opportunity also through the graduate scheme. During the first year we receive a lot of general training which help us understand the Group as a whole. At the same time, we have tasks in our local plants involving ongoing problems and the practicalities around solving them.”
Prysmian is always looking for young and talented professionals to be prepared for the global achievements in the future.
As Valerio Battista, CEO of Prysmian Group, told the latest participants to the program, “You are talents, selected globally after a hard recruitment process. We expect great contributions and inputs from you in the coming years. But we, as managers, have from our side a big responsibility during your training journey. As Prysmian Group, we are committed to showing you the opportunities in terms of challenging projects and career perspectives.”
Build the Future program allows the graduates to approach to business, allow them to work in a different number of roles: they experience 6 month of job rotation in regional R&D function, working with Prysmian technology team, 3 months in Operations and 3 in Customers Relations team in their region, while working on a personal project to help them learning more about the roles they’re best suited for.