Kraftwerkstechnik Bereich Maschinenbau-Verfahrenstechnik
At a glance
|Requirements||Successful completion of a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree, in the fields of electrical engineering, civil engineering, mechanical engineering, mining / raw-materials engineering, process engineering, power engineering, industrial engineering or natural sciences.|
|Number of projects/rotations||4-5|
|Start of programme||Information will soon be provided|
|Assignments abroad||Upon request|
|Target position after programme||We decide jointly with you in the course of the programme|
We have a lot to offer for your career start into the energy generation business: highly complex technical projects, exciting tasks in energy science and good opportunities for a splendid development.
The structure of our graduate programme is flexible and, depending on your focus and interests, you can participate in the selection of rotations and make suggestions. By way of example, the structure might be as follows:
After passing a telephone interview and successfully attending an assessment centre, we hopefully get to welcome you as a new Group employee and colleague. On your first few days, in addition to introductory talks with your superior and mentor, you will get to know other colleagues and trainees.
Your first rotation will give you the opportunity to get acclimatized and familiarize yourself with RWE. But you will also carry out initial tasks on your own responsibility and get the opportunity to bring your skills to bear within the scope of a project.
You will gain a detailed insight at one of your next rotations involving shift work.
To enable you to develop an understanding of other divisions as well and expand your network, we offer you a job assignment at a different location as part of another rotation. Depending on the tasks and project work involved, this assignment will last about 2-3 months. At another rotation, you can familiarize yourself with an internal issue and will assume responsibility for a specific task.
In the process, you will be advised by your superior and your mentor. A complementary programme supports you in your interdisciplinary development. At the end of the programme awaits your target position, for which you will have prepared over the course of the programme by agreement with your superior.
Development and training
International development programme/supporting programme
The programme includes face-to-face training, online modules and networking events, as well as mentoring.
The modules of topic day/networks and training take place on a face-to-face basis, and you will work with fellow trainees on a range of development topics. These will be agreed on in advance with your supervisors and the personnel development team.
The topics will be based on current requirements. This will allow you to gain an overview of the findings of a brief project report by a fellow trainee or interdisciplinary knowledge on specific issues such as “What questions can I apply in a conversation to acquire more information?”.
The accompanying mentoring programme is tailored to the trainee; we will assign you an experienced manager when you join the programme and they will help you with any questions as well as work with you towards achieving your personal development goals.
Who this programme would be suitable for and what we expect of our trainees
- Passion for the energy industry
- Ability to take initiative, conscientiousness and commitment
- A proactive attitude combined with the ability to work independently
- Exceptional communication skills
- Great team spirit
Our application process
We have summarised the individual steps for you so that you know what to expect in the application process.
- Online application
- Telephone interview
- Assessment centre
We recommend that you take a look at our application tips before you apply. Here you will find out what is important to us.