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Cameron / Schlumberger

Global Rotational Development Program Engineer(GRDP)

Frist: 26. mai 2019 23:59

Type: Fast jobb

Job Summary

The Global Rotational Development Program (GRDP) is a 2-year program of integrated development assignments for degreed Mechanical and Industrial Engineers fresh out of college. During the program, a GRDP Engineer will be exposed to four key manufacturing functional areas through 6-month rotations in Quality, Manufacturing Engineering, Materials Management and Production Supervision.

Roles and Responsibilities

  • Work and rotate through manufacturing functions to gain plant operations experience including Manufacturing Engineering, Materials Management, Shop Floor Supervision and Quality Engineering.
  • Perform on-the-job training related to the GRDP rotation plan.
  • Acquire knowledge of methods, procedures, and standards required for the rotation duties.
  • Set performance goals and rotation objectives with GRDP Management.
  • Complete rotation projects and activities as required.
  • Execute lean and continuous improvement projects and activities.
  • Attend classroom instruction in subjects related to rotational experience, as necessary.
  • Adhere to the guidelines of GRDP manual.
  • Contribute to a healthy and safe working environment by following all HSE policies and standards.

Qualifications and Education Requirements

Experience:

  • No prerequisite experience required but demonstrable interest in manufacturing is highly desired.
  • Fresh-out graduates/Entry level applicants are encouraged to apply.

Education:

  • Bachelor/master’s degree in mechanical engineering, Industrial Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering or equivalent.

Preferred Skills/ Competencies

  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Demonstrated effective leadership and strong analytical skills.
  • Ability to interact effectively with a wide range of staff throughout the company.
  • High level of flexibility and dependability.
  • Position requires proficiency in Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint.

Application process:

Apply on www.careers.slb.com or, send your application letter, CV and transcript of records to careers-norway@slb.com.