ENGINEER ROTATIONAL PROGRAM | JAMES HARDIE BUILDING PRODUCTS
As an Entry Level Engineer reporting to the Department Manager, you will engulf on a 1 year rotational program that is designed to give you a foundation in core manufacturing processes and build on your skill set through high-impact assignments that help us drive continual improvement in quality, cost, safety, reliability, waste, speed and delay.
The program is a 1 year commitment, broken into 3 phases. Each phase will focus on training and development that consists of rotational assignments, formal and informal presentations, mentorship, leadership development, technical development as well as personal development of your presentation and analytical skills. The first 2 phases allow you to gain experience in a wide variety of departments in the plant (raw materials, pre auto-clave, post auto-clave, maintenance, etc.).
After the initial development (phases 1 & 2), in phase 3 you will be placed on a targeted path that is designed to develop you towards the career that best suits you as well as the company’s business needs. You will take either a Technical Path or a Leadership Path in your development. At this point, the opportunities are endless. We are always looking for talented individuals to take on positions such as Department Managers, General Forman, Shift Supervisor, as well as technical opportunities that require you to be project oriented and driven to implement change and manage small to large capital projects.
This is a fast paced, aggressive program that is designed to challenge you at all times. At James Hardie we value “out of the box” thinking as well as assertive problem solving. In this development program you will have countless opportunities to solve real world manufacturing issues and implement your ideas while being mentored by other successful James Hardie team members. Start with us, and you might wind up in unexpected places.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering
HOW TO APPLY:
Interested students should apply online by emailing their resumes to Liz Kimball