Cummins RePower Return-to-Work Program
Your career may not follow a traditional path, but neither do we. At Cummins, we’ve taken a different path of innovation for almost 100 years. Our inclusion of diverse perspectives is one way we leverage a competitive edge in the development of our technology. We are committed to empowering people to grow their careers and making a global impact – and that’s what we call Working Right.
Cummins invites you to learn more about our RePower Return-to-Work Programme. We are proud to co-sponsor this Engineering-specific, Society of Women Engineers (SWE) + iRelaunch STEM Re-entry Task Force Initiative. As an experienced professional who has taken a break from the workforce, this is your opportunity to re-engage your skills and re-power your career.
Our UK 6 month paid Returner placement programme provides you with projects that match your specialist expertise, interests, and abilities. In addition, we apply a strong focus on training, coaching & development, and networking events. For successful participants, we have positions available in Daventry and Darlington.
- Passion for learning and desire to return to a permanent engineering role.
- Problem-solving and analytical skills
- Mechanical, Chemical, Electrical, Industrial, Manufacturing Engineering, Physics, Math Degree or Engineering related degree, or equivalent vocational qualification
- Currently on an Engineering career break of at least 2 years
Locations for the RePower Return-to-Work Program:
Target Timeframe of RePower Return-to-Work Program:
- October 2019 - April 2020
Closing date for applications is 19th September 2019. We will endeavor to be in touch with all applicants before this date.
Explore superior growth opportunities and enjoy a range of benefits such as our Pension Scheme, variable bonus (company performance related), 25 days holiday, a competitive salary, and medical insurance options as well as many other flexible benefits
At Cummins, we are dedicated to diversity in the workplace and we are committed to a policy of treating all our employees and job applicants equally. No employee or potential employee will receive less favorable treatment because of any protected characteristic.