Airgas’ Early Career Rotational Program is a highly competitive two year program for recent college graduates designed to accelerate professional growth by providing training, exposure and experience in a variety of key functional areas that impact our business. Participants will work directly with leaders and mentors who can contribute to their career development in addition to helping them build technical and leadership skills. By the end of the rotational program, participants who have demonstrated exceptional performance and leadership will have the opportunity to be placed into a role within the business based on their accomplishments as well as current business need.
Within our program we have entry level engineering role(s) that will consist of three, eight month assignments throughout the Engineering function within Airgas. The candidate will gain a well-rounded perspective from various areas including, but not limited to Field, Project and Process Engineering, and Technical Sales.
Three, eight month rotational job assignments designed to accelerate the development of critical industry knowledge skills and experience
Interaction with various teams across the Airgas businesses
One-on-one mentoring with experienced internal leaders
Challenging projects that foster innovative and creative thinking
Exposure to senior level management
Opportunities to participate in leadership development activities and networking events
What are we looking for?
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering (Mechanical, Chemical, Engineering Technology)
Prior internship and work experience up to two years post graduate
Strong analytical and conceptual thinking skills; ability to analyze data
Proficient in MS Office. Experience with Google suite highly preferred
Excellent communication (oral and written) and interpersonal skills
Ability to prioritize workload and self-manage projects, handle multiple tasks and meet strict deadlines
Detail oriented and strong problem solving and decision making skills
Able to work with all levels of employees and management within the organization
Comfort and ability to work within ambiguity
Willingness and desire to travel and remain mobile during and upon successful completion of the program