Operations Leadership Development Associate

US-CT-West Hartford
# Positions
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Experience (Years)
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Category
Manufacturing

Position Description/Company Info

Legrand is looking for college engineering students interested in an exciting entry level career opportunity for an Operations Leadership Development Program (OLDP) Associate to join the LNA Team at one of our three starting locations: West Hartford, CT; Concord, NC; and Fairfield, NJ.  We are currently hiring for the program class that begins in June 2018. 

 

The Operations Leadership Development Program (OLDP) is an intensive program designed to accelerate the development of early career talent and produce employees capable of meeting the challenges facing the operations management function at Legrand. Operations Management includes overseeing, designing and controlling specific productivity and manufacturing processes.

 

This three-year program allows Associates to build leadership and functional skills through challenging rotational assignments and training. While working in this role you’ll be mentored and trained to learn valuable skill sets, such as supervisory and project management, business /finance, decision making, lean implementation, and cooperation and teamwork, to further enhance your career development.

 

As an OLDP Associate, you will complete 12 month assignments at three (3) different Legrand Operations locations in the US, Mexico or Canada. Upon completion of the three (3) year program, you will be assigned an advanced role in Operations at a Legrand location. Legrand currently has North American operations in the following cities:

 

Anaheim, CA

Cincinnati, OH

Concord, NC

Denver, CO

Fairfield, NJ 

Farmingdale, NY

Hickory, NC

Mascoutah, IL

Minneapolis, MN

Minnetonka, MN

Orem, UT

Reno, NV

St Louis, MO

Tijuana, MX

Toronto, CN

Union City, CA

Warsaw, IN

West Hartford, CT

 

 

About Legrand

Legrand is a $5.8 billion global company with 30,000 employees world-wide and products sold in 180 countries.  As the leading provider of products and systems for electrical installations and information networks wherever people live and work, Legrand delivers an unequaled depth and breadth of innovative solutions for use in residential, commercial, and industrial buildings. 

 

Employing more than 3,300 employees across the United States and Canada, Legrand in North America has a work environment that promotes personal advancement, pride and achievement. Our success is also based on our recognition that diversity – in people, products, innovation and technology – is an important strength. When you join our team, we provide you with the tools, knowledge and skills necessary to become the very best at your job, and to continue to advance your career.  

 

Visit us at:

http://www.legrand.us

http://www.youtube.com/legrandna

http://www.linkedin.com/company/44580

http://twitter.com/legrandNA

 

Equal Opportunity Employer

 

EIC

Qualifications

Education:  

  • BS degree in Engineering; Mechanical, Manufacturing or Industrial Engineering, or similar degrees are preferred.

Experience:

  • Proven work ethic through internship, prior research or co-op experience in engineering or manufacturing.
  • Proven experience effectively working in teams.
  • Ideally prior experience working with an organization that utilizes continuous improvement processes and measurement.
  • Demonstrated leadership aptitude.

Position Requirements:

  • Exceptional organizational skills with the ability to handle multiple priorities.
  • Ability to utilize individual and team strengths to accomplish tasks.
  • Ability to perform in cross functional teams.
  • Exceptional computer skills.
  • Willing to travel domestically and internationally and to be relocated within the U.S.
  • Understanding of business strategy and concepts.
  • Analytical approach to problem solving.
  • Strong interpersonal and communications skills.
  • Rotation locations vary, thus candidate must be geographically mobile.
  • Strong commitment to a career in operations management.

Position Attributes

The Successful Candidate will:

  • Develop leadership skills in Operations through on the job experiences participating on and leading projects that drive high performance in our Operations.
  • Rotate through technical, supervisory, and project driven positions in Operations during each 12 month assignment at a location. 
  • Potential project assignments include; Lean Manufacturing/Process Controls/Formal Kaizens, Technology and Plant Floor improvements, Quality Control, Supply Chain, Operational Productivity and Financial Metrics, Engineering/New Product Development, and Employee Engagement, all with an emphasis on
  • project leadership, technical proficiency, and supervisory skills.
  • Design and implement process improvements, work as part of a team addressing process, quality, or lean issues, and lead teams to complete productivity, lean, quality, and product start-up projects.
  • Interact daily with factory workers, engineers, supervisors, planners and others, and take direction from leaders at the specific site.
  • Present results of projects and initiatives with the Legrand North America senior leadership team and have ongoing contact with the executive sponsor of the program.

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PHYSICAL AND MENTAL DEMANDS : The physical and mental demands described here are representative of those that must be met by employees to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 

Mental Demands

While performing the duties of this job, employees are regularly required to:

  • Use written and oral communication skills
  • Read and interpret data, information and documents
  • Analyze and solve non-routine and complex office administrative problems
  • Use math and mathematical reasoning
  • Observe and interpret situations
  • Learn and apply new information or skills
  • Perform highly detailed work on multiple, concurrent tasks
  • Work under intensive deadlines with frequent interruptions
  • Interact with managers, staff, customers, the public and others encountered in the course of work

 

Physical Demands

While performing the duties of this job, employees are regularly required to:

  • Sit, walk and stand
  • Talk or hear, both in person and by telephone
  • Use hands repetitively operate standard office equipment
  • Reach with hands and arms; and lift up to 25 pounds
  • Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision and the ability to adjust focus 

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