GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare, L.P. Engineering (Vaccines) - Mechanical/Electrical - Future Leaders Program, US - 20 in Hamilton, Montana
Site Name: USA - Montana - Hamilton
Posted Date: Apr 9 2021
Exciting minds with our Future Leaders Graduate Program - Mechanical/Electrical Engineering (Vaccines)
Education required: BS or MS degree in Electrical Engineering with strong interest in Mechanical/Electrical engineering proven by previous projects/researches/experiences in the field. Experience in automation is a plus. Graduation by Spring/Summer 2021
Language requirement: Written and spoken fluency in your native language and English. French is an asset
Ability to be mobile and spend up to 6 months abroad during the program is required. Locations can include Marietta, Pennsylvania; France/Saint-Amand; Belgium/Wavre; Germany/Marburg; Germany/Dresden; Singapore/Tuas; Canada/Ste Foy; and Italy/Rosia
Applicants must be flexible about location and ideally hold a driving license
Start date: September 2021
\*You can apply to only one Future Leaders Graduate Program in the U.S.
Application deadline: We recommend you apply as soon as possible, because we accept ongoing applications and offer positions on a first come, first served basis.
Want to solve some of the world's biggest health challenges?
With over 300 years of innovation, we're a science-led global healthcare company that delivers billions of innovative products each year. Join us and help millions of people do more, feel better, live longer.
We're looking for future technical leaders willing to grow expertise in Engineering (Vaccines)
Are you a graduate with a strong teamwork mindset, a passion for complex machinery, automation, and pharmaceutical manufacturing processes? Ever dreamed about designing and being part of a build-up of a pharmaceutical production site? Like to share your day work with like-minded sharp and talented engineers?
If so, you could be part of our Engineering (Vaccines) function. This is where we support manufacturing and quality operations to run in a lean and flawless manner to ensure reliable supply of our vaccines to people in 90% of the world's countries. Different challenges arise at every stage, so every working day is different. These challenges might include engineering design, installing, qualifying and ramping up a new production or support machinery or automation assets, helping to plan and execute advanced maintenance methodologies, increasing manufacturing process robustness and manufacturing right first time, or performing engineering changes and asset life cycle management.
This Mechanical/Electrical discipline is engaged in every project we manage from small revamping to new green field building. This transversal role will aim us to have cross functional interactions not only with other engineering disciplines but also with R&D, production, quality assurance, quality control and EHS departments.
This discipline deals also with design standard improvements to propose new technical solutions meeting optimal total cost of ownership (i.e. Capital and Operational Expenditures optimal balance) and environmental sustainability objectives. This discipline plays a key role to improve reliability by design of the machines e.g. data driven maintenance program on washing machines using advanced analytics. This means, by data analyses, be able to predict the need of machine maintenance.
Develop your career
If you're a graduate with the talent and ambition to help us to ensure engineering excellence in manufacturing and quality operations, this program would certainly provide you with the skills you need to pursue a career in engineering within the pharmaceutical industry.
Over two years, our Future Leaders Program will challenge and support you in growing professionally and personally. This program will provide a robust career foundation building technical expertise within the following specific engineering discipline: mechanical/electrical. You'll have three stretching rotations, within the chosen discipline, that will give you an insightful experience into the engineering side of our vaccines manufacturing and quality business. Through these placements, you'll develop your expertise in engineering concepts and procedures, in one of the disciplines, while broadening your global business perspective.
Upon successful completion of the development program, you will be placed in an engineering position at your home site in Hamilton, Montana.
What will you do?
You'll have the opportunity to:
Within the assigned discipline, learn engineering concepts and procedures and apply them on the job
Get a good understanding of all areas of our Vaccines business on a tailored development program
Learn about the cutting-edge technologies used in vaccines manufacturing
Learn about the challenges of working in a highly regulated and controlled environment
Be part of a diverse network, working with graduates from all over the world
Tailored training - and great career progression
All learning follows the 70:20:10 learning principle: 70% of your learning takes place on the job, 20% comes from the support of your mentor (a senior leader) and the remaining 10% is from formal leadership training sessions.
We'll tailor your training and development to suit your talents and ambition, as well as our business needs, setting you up for success in your chosen niche. After you complete our Future Leaders Program, you'll have the skills to become a leader of the future, making sure that we make the right products and deliver them to the right place. There's no limit to how far you can go with us - it's up to you to prove yourself.
To be technically savvy with a passion for machines, automation and bio-pharmaceutical manufacturing processes
A teamwork mindset
To be fluent in English (French is an asset)
A keen interest in the healthcare industry
The ability to build trust and relationships with key stakeholders
To be eager to work with others
A high degree of flexibility and the ability to adapt quickly to change
Resilience and strong problem-solving skills
To be ready to acquire new knowledge and embrace new experiences
Our Future Leaders Program is designed to accelerate the development of graduates who don't have significant previous professional work experience in the area to which they are applying. Of course, many graduates who join the program have worked while studying or after graduation. If you've already developed substantial experience working in a professional role in your sector, while you would be able to apply for this program, you may also want to look at direct entry roles in our businesses, as these may be the best way to build on your existing skills and expertise and develop a career at GSK.
A competitive base salary
An annual bonus based on company performance
Access to healthcare and well-being programs, pension plan membership, savings programs, time off and childcare support
Employee recognition programs, which reward exceptional achievements
Long-term incentives through shared ownership link your rewards to our longer-term performance
On-the-job experience and formal and informal training and development, delivered through a mixture of coaching, mentoring and formal training programs
Competitive relocation policy for those who are eligible
Opportunity for flexible working arrangements
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