OPERATIONS LDP (OLDP)
This program is an exciting avenue for enthusiastic, high-potential early-career individuals to gain experience in manufacturing engineering, material management, quality control, supply chain, and operations, in preparation for future leadership roles with us.
In an intensive three-year rotational program, you'll experience three cross-functional rotations designed to give you a solid foundation and on-the-job experience to enhance your understanding of critical business operations.
Manufacturing Engineering, Material Management, Quality Control, Supply Chain, and Operations, are integral to business operations. You will have the opportunity to work on cross-functional business projects that directly impact and improve functional organization performance.
During the program, you will also have the opportunity to participate in technical development curriculum classes as well as attend annual Leadership Development Conferences where you will network with professionals and LDP peers from enterprise-wide disciplines. The classes and conferences will enhance your core competencies and improve interpersonal proficiencies and technical skills.
We also support and encourage our participants to continue their education, and provide tuition reimbursement to help you complete your master's degree.
WHO CAN PARTICIPATE?
Most program participants have degrees in engineering (industrial or mechanical), operations management and supply chain management, and have a track record of strong performance in previous positions or internships. Ideal candidates should be eager to learn and possess a sincere interest in growing their careers in manufacturing engineering, material management, quality control, supply chain, and operations in the technology industry.
This is an incredible opportunity to develop skills in an industry that's on the cutting edge of technology development, and to gain a substantial competitive edge in attaining a key role in manufacturing engineering, material management, quality control, supply chain, and operations.