Prysmian Group, a global cable company that serves the energy and telecom industries and which operates a large facility in Abbeville County, South Carolina, has begun a recruitment program for engineers and technical workers with manufacturing backgrounds.
The goal of the program, dubbed "Make It," is to fill key positions in Prysmian's centers of excellence, which are located all over the world. Program participants must have a degree in engineering or equivalent, three to five years of engineering work experience and leadership skills.
“The ‘Make It’ program embodies the pronounced emphasis that Prysmian places on development of its people," Christina Trainor, Prysmian's VP of human resources and organization, said. "We have a personal passion for people and manufacturing alike, and we are incredibly excited to launch a program that cultivates training, growth, and stability. The institution of ‘Make It’ is a testament to the organization’s belief in the value of human capital.”
"Make It" participants will train at the Prysmian Group Academy, including two weeks at the Milan, Italy headquarters and two weeks in the new Manufacturing Academy in Mudanya, Turkey.
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