When you’re part of the team at Thermo Fisher, you’ll do important work. And you’ll have the opportunity for continual growth and learning in a culture that empowers your development. With revenues of $17 billion and the largest investment in R&D in the industry, we give our people the resources and opportunities to make significant contributions to the world.
The program prepares participants for roles of increasing responsibility through a combination of rotational assignments, structured learning, formalized feedback, and mentoring. Program participants will have the opportunity to interact with senior operations leaders and participate in various key operations initiatives.
Program participants have four 6-month rotation assignments during the two year program. As part of the rotational program, candidates may rotate through the following locations: CA, MA, IL, NY, and PA. Geographic flexibility is required both during and upon completion of the program.
Rotation examples include:
- Production Supervisor
- Quality Assurance Engineer
- Manufacturing Engineer
- Planning & Sourcing
- Distribution Operations
The OLDP program affords participants an outstanding opportunity to produce results, quickly gain credibility and develop a strong company network over two years. Prior to completing the program, participants work with the Program Manager and interview for positions across the operations organization.
- Student completing a Bachelors degree between December 2016 and July 2017; preferred majors: Operations, Industrial Engineering, Logistics, Supply Chain, Manufacturing Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Management or other related discipline, or prior military experience as a Junior Military Officer
- GPA of 3.2 or higher
- Strong desire and motivation to develop a career as a future leader in manufacturing/operations
- Related work or internship experience strongly desired
- Strong leadership and teambuilding skills
- Geographic mobility required both during and after completion of the program
- Applicants must be authorized to work in the United States without restriction