PTC Electrical Engineering Graduate Programme 2021
Work in close nit community of 24 in total, working cross-functionally with product, packaging, workshop, operations, as well as the factory project engineering team. Whilst on scheme work on a variety of confectionery projects - which would be on new innovation technology, working with cross functional teams to generate and improve technologies.
Day to day activities could include?
Design and implematation of automation systems, including specification of electrical control systems, robotics, digital/Industry 4, servo and inverter actuations for mechanised equipment, simulation, machinery safety, and varied ideation, product tasting, pilot plant, testing and prototyping, 3d printing, liaising with internal stakeholders, attending operational reviews and staying compliance.
Qualifications Gained from the Programme
Can Support work towards becoming a Chartered Engineering, Experience of work with Project management, Leadership graduate program, Engineering and product experts and cutting edge technologies
Nestlé Academy has built its reputation as a continual innovator over a history of more than a century and a half. So for an ambitious Engineering Graduate, it really is the best of both worlds. A safe, secure business with which to build a successful career but, also, the kind of employer that encourages you to try new ways of doing things.
That’s why we’re now looking for people who love exploring ideas. Does that sound like you? For example, have you been weighing up which of the world’s biggest brands could get your career off to the best start, now that you’ve graduated or will be graduating soon?
That bold, impressive ability to look critically at your choices is just what we want to see from the next generation of Nestlé innovators.
Who are we looking for?
Our Engineers work relentlessly to keep our processes running like clockwork. They are problem solvers, remedy makers, visionaries who see problems before they occur. And those are the skills we’re after in you.
To qualify, you’ll need a relevant degree - which means BEng (Hons) with an Electrical, Electronic or Automation or Mechanical specialization with an interest in Electrical, Electronic, Digital and Automation. What really matters is how ready you are to get to work on your career. And how ready you are to learn what it takes to make the engineering decisions that will shape the future of our business.
You’ll be an agile learner, team supporter and resilient performer who takes pride in their work and is always looking for new ways to apply their learning and initiative.
Please note that you can only make one application per annual recruitment intake, so do take time to consider what’s going to suit you best. You must have the right to work in the UK.