Global Trainee Program - Business Majors at Tenaris

USA
Title: Global Trainee
Seniority/Experience Requirement: 0-2 years
Education Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree – Business Administration, Finance or related.
Tenaris is the leading supplier of tubes and related services for the world’s energy industry and other industrial applications. Our mission is to deliver value to our customers through product development, manufacturing excellence, and supply chain management. Tenaris employs around 26,500 people from more than 30 countries.
Tenaris is growing and is changing the way the industry works. Our RigDirect strategy is industry disruption - see our latest video on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Xqyu2I5q88.
Are you ready to join the new Tenaris? The best way to join is through the Global Trainee Program. The Tenaris Global Trainee Program is a two year development program that has jump-started the careers of 70% of our senior management since 1983. It is dedicated to maximizing the growth potential of recent college graduates through extensive training – including the TenarisUniversity Induction Camp, 4 weeks of training in Argentina – and on-the-job training from industry experts. A structured follow-up and feedframework ensures that graduates receive the necessary guidance at the earliest step of their career.
See one employee's journey through the Global Trainee Program on our YouTube channel:
Tenaris is looking for bright, hard-working, entry-level Engineering discipline graduates who meet the following criteria:
  • Recently graduated from college with less than 0-2 years professional work experience
  • Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Finance or related degree (GPA 3.0+)
  • Commercial mind
  • Detail oriented
  • Interest in international travel
  • Multicultural openness
  • Drive for results
  • Intermediate skills in Microsoft Office a plus

Tenaris is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not provide sponsorship for this opportunity - You must be eligible to work indefinitely in the U.S.

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