Graduate Development Programme
We are seeking Operational / Engineering Graduates to showcase their leadership talent and path the next generation of success.
Our business is building upon our relationships with each other, our customers and our communities, and by joining our graduate program you will support us in our purpose to 'Create a world without waste to preserve our planet' , To accomplish this we make a difference. We empower our employees to make the tough choices and accept and expect. We always look to stay ahead of the curve and then encourage creative thinking, challenge existing traditions and aim to exceed our customer expectations. Inspiring others with a passion for leadership We therefore celebrate individual accomplishments, smile and have fun along the way.
Sims Recycling Solutions (SRS) is a global leader in electronics and reuse recycling with more than 25 sites across the globe. Out goal is to be the world's best, safest and more responsible recycling company. SRS serves global clients across the industry to repurpose and manage the disposition of IT equipment and electronic products.
In a legally compliant, data secure, fully traceable and environmentally sustainable manner. With our global reach, expertise and infrastructure, SRS is ready to deliver a comprehensive solution for e-waste and IT asset planning anywhere in the world. In continental Europe, SRS operates in:
· United Kingdom · Netherlands · Germany · Sweden · Austria · Poland · Belgium · Czech Republic
What you'll be doing
The Graduate Development Program has two paths: Operations or Engineering. In this structured 2 year, rotational development program, you will be asked to refer to all aspects of the electronics recycling industry.
Across both paths you will make the best of it yourself, as you will find yourself in a variety of capital projects, new equipment installation / commissioning and continuous / process improvement initiatives across our continental Europe operations.
Through these projects / rotations, you will gain exposure to, and knowledge about, the various functional departments within SRS, such as engineering, production, logistics, safety and finance. This integrated approach aims to provide a variety of experiences across the workspace at SRS, including working with the operational teams and developing their experience in the future.
Towards the end of your program you will build on what you've learned and commence a challenging yet rewarding role that will allow you to contribute to Sims success while continuing to grow professionally.
What you'll need
To be successful in this challenging position you will:
Have a degree in engineering or mechanical engineering, economics, manufacturing, logistics or operations management. Be able to communicate effectively in English Be a self-starter; able to work independently, accept and expect accountability; open to learning and highly motivated. Know how to earn trust, inspire respect and communicate. Have an inquiring mind; resourceful approach and contribute new ideas. Leverage the strength of a team while embracing different perspectives. Have excellent customer service skills complimented by your keen eye for detail and a never-ending commitment to delivering results.
You want to be a primary location in either Germany or Netherlands; but flexibility is important, as you'll be expected to geographically for special projects.
What you'll get
Whilst participating in the Graduate Development program, you will be willing to help with insight, knowledge, support and guidance. So you want to receive interactive, hands-on training, as well as a series of blended learning modules that will help develop and strengthen your professional knowledge and skills.
Your hard work and contribution will be awarded with a competitive salary and a bonus on completion of probationary period.
Sims in not currently hiring individuals for this position or now in the future requires sponsorship for employment visa status.
Sims Metal Management is a Equal Opportunity Employer and Values ??of a diverse workforce.
10117 Berlin, Deutschland
ab 01.09.2019 (unbefristet)
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