Prysmian Group seeks Romanian engineers launching “Make it”, a recruitment programme

Italy’s Prysmian Group, world leader in the energy and telecom cable systems industry, is launching the “Make It” recruitment programme, aimed at Romanian engineers and technical staff with manufacturing experience.

According to a press release, it’s seeking process, maintenance, design and quality engineers, as well as other technical specialists, to cover key roles in the manufacturing area in one of the company’s centres of excellence located throughout the world.

The profiles required include a degree in engineering, or equivalent, and 3-5 years work experience obtained in similar positions in a previous professional context, a good command of English and leadership qualities.

The Group is aiming to identify and develop the manufacturing sector’s best talents, offering them the opportunity to make full use of their skills and expertise. Through a four-year professional pathway, “Make It” offers a top training scheme involving the Prysmian Group Academy, which will focus on further developing the skills essential for the career of the candidates selected.

The programme will include two weeks training in the Milan headquarters and two weeks in the new Manufacturing Academy in Mudanya (Turkey), a specialist centre that is due to be inaugurated in January 2016 in one of the Group’s major plants and will allow highly specialised personnel to be trained.

In recent years, the Group announced major industrial investments in new plants in Romania, within Slatina Industrial Park, to triple optical cable production by 2020 and introduce the production of high voltage submarine cables.

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