Energy Generation Program 2019 (EGP)

Schneider Electric Bangkok, 10

About the Job

The Energy Challenge Is On


Access to energy is fundamental to improving living standards and economic growth. But can the world meet the rising demand for energy while keeping carbon emissions in check? This is the energy dilemma. And this is where you can make a difference. The Schneider Electric Energy Generation program lets graduates develop in-demand skills to make an impact on the future of energy. The selected recruits are passionate individuals who share our belief that access to energy is a basic human right. Join the Energy Generation to help us bring sustainable, efficient, safe, and affordable power for everyone

A Sustainable Future with The Energy Generation


The Energy Generation graduate program provides well-structured frameworks for both accelerated career development in your chosen specialization and rapid growth of cross-functional competencies. Your coaches and mentors are experts at the forefront of their professions, and your work environment is dynamic and enriching

THREE JOB ROTATIONS - Explore new competencies every 6 to 8 months
TWO YEARS - Thrive in supportive and inspiring environments
ONE SPECIAL POSTING - Experience an overseas or cross-functional assignment


FIVE CAREER PATHS - Alumni of the Energy Generation program will have the opportunity to further their careers at Schneider Electric, pursuing specializations in their chosen paths:

  • Commercial - sales, marketing, business development and strategy, general management
  • Engineering - field services, project execution, R&D, energy management
  • Supply Chain - logistics, industrial manufacturing, procurement
  • Finance - financial management and specialization
  • HR - management and specialization


Qualifications
Must have qualifications
  • You must be in your last year of study and anticipating to be graduated by June 2019
  • Your GPA must be 3.0 and above
  • Confidence in English communication (Written/Spoken)
  • Basic computer literacy