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Power2 Operations Development Program

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Hitachi

Nov 13

  • Job
    Full-time
    Entry Level / Graduate
  • Logistics
    Engineering
  • Boston

AI generated summary

  • The ideal candidate for this Power2 Operations Development Program should have a Bachelor's degree in relevant disciplines, previous intern or co-op experience, work authorization in the United States, interest in the energy and manufacturing sectors, a proactive attitude towards learning, willingness to travel and relocate, and be comfortable working in both office and factory environments.
  • The Power2 Operations Development Program at Hitachi involves learning the basics of Operations and Hitachi Energy's Integrated Transformer Management process, taking ownership of rotational assignments in materials management, operational engineering, and supervision, applying ITM tools to drive performance improvements, collaborating with other departments, learning about relevant business processes and products, championing leadership and diversity initiatives, and maintaining a focus on safety and integrity.

Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree in Materials Management, Supply Chain Management or Operational Engineering disciplines from an Accredited University along with Intern and Co-op experience.
  • Candidate must already have a work authorization that would permit them to work for Hitachi Energy in the United States
  • Interest in the energy and/or manufacturing sectors
  • Self-starter that seeks knowledge outside of the classroom
  • Willing to travel and relocate during the rotational assignments (relocation assistance will be provided)
  • Willingness to work in both office and factory environments

Responsibilities

  • Learn basics of Operations and Hitachi Energy's Integrated Transformer Management process (ITM) used in the manufacturing of transformers.
  • Take ownership of your rotational assignment.
  • Assignments will consist of
  • Materials Management, where you will gain experience in purchasing and/or planning functions
  • Operational Engineering, where you will gain experience in manufacturing and/or quality engineering
  • Supervision, where you will gain experience required to manage day-to-day production activities.
  • Develop and apply Integrated Transformer Management (ITM) tools, processes, and skills to drive operational performance improvements.
  • Collaborate with other business functions where your actions will directly contribute to our commitment to exceeding customers' expectations.
  • Learn about relevant business process, products and how they are applied to provide solutions that meet customers objectives.
  • Champion our Leadership Pillars and Diversity 360 initiatives to create an inclusive, engaged employee environment.
  • Work with purpose - We keep critical infrastructure running insuring the lights stay on at factories, hospitals, schools, and homes.
  • Your work will contribute to our mission to deliver a stronger, smarter, and greener grid.
  • Living Hitachi Energy’s core values of safety and integrity, which means taking responsibility for your own actions while caring for your colleagues and the business.

FAQs

What is the Power2 Operations Development Program?

The Power2 Operations Development Program is a rotational development program at Hitachi Energy designed for recent graduates and individuals transitioning from Military Service. Participants will gain hands-on experience in various areas of operations, such as Materials, Operational Engineering, and Supervision.

Where will participants work during the program?

Participants will have the opportunity to work in one or more of Hitachi Energy's US based factories, including locations in Jefferson City, MO; Alamo, TN; South Boston, VA; Bland, VA; and Crystal Springs, MS. This allows participants to support the production of Power Transformers, Distribution Transformers, and Transformer Components.

What support will participants receive throughout the program?

Participants will receive continuous career support, development, and coaching from the North American Operations team. This support is aimed at helping participants gain the skills and knowledge needed to succeed in their roles and grow within the organization.

Who is the Power2 Operations Development Program ideal for?

The program is ideal for recent graduates and individuals transitioning from Military Service who are seeking a career in operations. It offers a unique opportunity to gain hands-on experience in various aspects of operations and provides growth opportunities within the organization.

How will participating in the program benefit my career?

Participating in the Power2 Operations Development Program will provide you with a broad business acumen, hands-on experience, and valuable skills and knowledge that will help you advance in your career within Hitachi Energy. It offers opportunities for growth and development within the organization.

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