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New trainee positions at Rolled Products

Hydro plans to hire seven new trainees for its Rolled Products business area. If you feel fit for a career in management and leadership, you will get a very good start as a trainee in the leading European aluminum group.

& nbsp; "We are pleased to be able to offer this coveted program again - this time for seven trainees. Each position has a clear perspective for a permanent job, to which we develop the trainees in a targeted manner, ”says Joachim Deppe, Head of HR & amp; Organization at Rolled Products. This business area is the leading European supplier of high-quality aluminum rolled products and the largest aluminum company in Germany. The headquarters at the large parent plant in Grevenbroich alone has 2,000 employees.

The trainee program at Rolled Products lasts 15 to 18 months and begins in summer 2015 with a joint on-boarding. The new trainees quickly get to know their later operational department, as well as neighboring areas and other locations.

A stay abroad is also possible - and the international exchange with hydro trainees from other business areas, for example via the "Hydro Fundamentals" seminar. This usually takes place in Norway, the home country of the aluminum group, which is active in 50 countries. The new trainees are carefully monitored. In addition to network meetings, exchange of experience and seminars, each trainee receives an experienced, personal mentor with whom he regularly conducts feedback talks.

The new positions relate to target tasks in process technology and optimization, purchasing, HR and controlling. Three are located in the Grevenbroich plant, three in Neuss, and the controlling position is in the Hamburg plant.

All positions are now advertised online at www.hydro-karriere.de . You can find out what applicants should be able to do and what opportunities they can expect there.

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