Italian subsea cable specialist Prysmian is in its second edition of the “Make It” recruiting program, aimed at scouting new talents for its production plants worldwide.
The first edition received over 6,000 applications and led to the recruitment of 50 professionals.
Prysmian continues to search for process, maintenance, design and quality engineers, as well as other technical specialists. The profiles required include a degree in engineering, or equivalent, and about 3-7 years work experience obtained in similar positions in a previous professional context, a good command of English and leadership skills.
“In Prysmian we believe strongly in young people because they represent the future, and our goal is to enhance them so that they can achieve their full potential. It is within this framework that Make It, combined with our Build the Future graduate programme, is just one of the many schemes that allow us to tap into the talent that can really make a difference for us,” stated Fabrizio Rutschmann, HR & Organisation SVP.
Through a four-year professional pathway, “Make It” offers a training scheme involving the Prysmian Group Academy, which will focus on further developing the skills essential for the career of the candidates selected.
The program will include a one week induction in the Group’s new Milan headquarters and two weeks of training in the Manufacturing Academy in Mudanya (Turkey), a specialist centre — recently inaugurated in one of the Group’s major plants — that will allow training from highly specialised personnel.
The selection process should be open up to the end of March and the induction into the Group is expected in June 2017.