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European Operations Field Program
DuPont is working inclusively with others to find innovative, science-enabled solutions to some of the world’s biggest challenges.
Inclusive innovation means global collaboration focused on feeding the world, reducing dependence on fossil fuels, and protecting what matters most.
It means hybrid seeds for harsh climates are field-tested by farmers to find the seeds that thrive. It is how solar installations that harvest more energy can be wired into the grid for a growing urban population. And it makes plant-based replacements for petrochemicals a growing business that enables a shrinking carbon footprint.
DuPont believes that big challenges must be met by bigger science. Inclusive innovation is our approach to applying science to create solutions, on a scale no company, organization or country could accomplish alone.
DuPont is looking for individuals with leadership potential who are at their early career stage in Operations and have the capability to make a significant difference to the current and the future performance of DuPont.
The objective of the Operations Field Program is to develop a diverse group of high potential employees in Operations (Manufacturing, Engineering, Supply Chain, Safety Management) for leadership positions.
The European Operations Field Program lasts from 5 to 6 years. As a regular employee of DuPont, you will work in 3 different businesses, in at least three different assignments (Quality Engineer, Process Engineer, Project Engineer, Shift Supervisor). At the end of this program, you will have been trained for a Six Sigma Black Belt Certification or for a Lean Certification. You will have the possibility to be assigned in the following countries: Spain, Luxembourg, Germany, The Netherlands, Belgium, UK, France, Denmark and Finland.
The target position at the end of the program is a managerial position in Operations.
· University degree in Mechanical, Electrical, Environmental, Process, Chemical or Bio Engineering, Food Technology or university degree with a focus in supply chain.
· Fluency in English and in two other European languages: German, Dutch, Danish or Finnish would be an asset.
· 0-2 years of work experience.
· Technical competence proven by internships or first assignment.
· Proven track of self development and active learning.
· Strong customer focus.
· Planning and organizing skills.
· Able to influence and negotiate.
· Proven interpersonal sensitivity and skills.
· High level of communication skills.
· High level of personal motivation.
· Shown leadership skills.
· Flexible and mobile at a European level.
Competitive salary with numerous benefits
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