Prysmian searches for bright young things

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Prysmian Group has launched the selection process for 50 young candidates for its Build the Future programme. The international recruiting and training programme is aimed at new graduates with degrees in engineering and business Administration from around the world, with the goal of placing them in the group’s R&D, operations, sales and marketing functions.
 
Following the selection and placement of the first 50 new graduates in recent months, the second phase of the recruiting process got underway over the past few days: candidate identification will continue until the end of November, through an extensive recruitment and evaluation process to include online tests, an English examination, assessment and interviews.

The young candidates selected, after an initial period of integration and training at the company's Milan headquarters, followed by 12 months of job rotation in their home countries and an additional 24 months of experience abroad within a specific company function, will be assigned junior management roles in Italy or abroad.
 
'Over three years, the goal is to hire 100 new graduates, who upon completing the programme will have obtained an integrated skill set, in both economic and technical areas. Graduates will have the opportunity to receive live exposure to production activity in order to reach an effective understanding of the processes involved, through periods spent in direct contact with factory activities, product technologies and customer relationship dynamics,' said Fabrizio Rutschmann, human resources and organisation senior vice president.

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