💎 Compliance engineering team at Cummins is the place for you if you're looking to inspire the next generation, be an innovative problem-solver, and work with others to make a difference in the world. Watch the video to the end to find out what it’s like to work in the company!
📼Wondering if compliance engineering is the place for you? Ammaarah Ravat, Graduate Compliance Engineer at Cummins, shares what they look for in candidates and why engineering can be the area for you. The company has many open positions from entry-level right through to professional. Find your place and don’t miss the opportunity to join them!
📼 The compliance engineering team always looks for candidates with competencies such as problem-solving, putting thoughts into action, and communicating clearly with cross-functional teams. Typically, careers start in Cummins with a candidate’s placement year or summer placement. The natural progression is to go into a graduate position within Cummins, and this can, in turn, lead to a full-time position within the company. There are lots of opportunities for you to grow!
📼Every day within the compliance engineering area is different. They might typically start the day by talking with design engineers, following up with a call with corporate responsibility, and finally a discussion with the supply chain. It's a cross-functional team, and there's not one aspect of the business that they don't touch. There's a lot of cross-functional communication and collaboration across the entire organization and it is a global team that meets the needs of its customers.
A Diverse Compliance Engineering Team Is Looking For You
Diverse perspectives and backgrounds are truly embraced at Cummins. Within the compliance engineering team, they have more women than men, which is very uncommon in engineering. In this team, people also come from different religious backgrounds, cultures, and upbringings. Having such a range of diversity within the team always adds to the discussion. Diversity helps employees to be collaborative in the work that they produce. Be part of Cummins and contribute with your perspective!
🧑💼 Are you interested in joining Cummins? They have open positions! To learn more, click here.
Get to Know Ammaarah Ravat
Ammaarah is an experienced STEM Ambassador with a demonstrated history of working in the education management industry. If you are interested in a career at Cummins, you can connect with her on LinkedIn. Don’t forget to mention this video!
More About Cummins
Cummins Inc. is a global power leader with complementary business segments that design, manufacture, distribute and service a broad portfolio of power solutions. Their culture believes in powering people’s potential. They provide global opportunities to develop your career, make your community a better place, and work alongside today’s most innovative thinkers to solve the world’s most challenging problems. They believe in flexibility for you to explore your passions and make an impact through meaningful work within their diverse workforce.
💎Getting a job in the energy industry requires you to show how your skills are relevant to the field. Watch the video to the end to learn how to highlight them in your recruiting process.
📼Looking for a job in the energy industry? Heather Wagner, Recruiter, and Amanda Scholl, Senior Corporate Recruiter at EnerSys, go over the application and the interview process and give you some tips on how to prepare to get your dream position.
📼 Applying for a job in the energy industry requires an effective resume to make recruiters stop and want to learn more about a candidate. First, start with a creative header, which would include your name, location, and contact details. Then describe what your accomplishments were for each job listed on your resume in a bullet list format. That will make it easy to read. Last, use keywords that were used in the original job posting you want to apply for. You should let your resume tell a story about you and your career path.
📼A job in an energy industry such as EnerSys includes six core values that every employee is held to. These are teamwork, energy, EOS (EnerSys Operating Systems), accountability, safety in the company’s environment, and customer experience. All employees are assessed against these cultural values in their annual performance reviews. Typically, recruiters use the STAR format for interviews, which allows a candidate to walk them through a specific scenario related to a core value. This way, recruiters get to see the candidate’s thought process, analysis, and reasoning skills.
Skills For A Job In The Energy Industry - Real-Life Experience Matters
While schools and universities can offer invaluable skills, real-life experience is valuable as well. Work experiences from anything from on-the-job training to internships can provide the skills needed to find the formula to success in your career. Life experiences such as volunteer work, community service programs, and freelance jobs, can also provide valuable skills that are transferable to the workplace, such as teamwork, communication skills, relationship building, and dependability. Don’t forget to share all of your valuable experiences during your recruiting process!
🧑💼 Are you interested in joining EnerSys? They have open positions! To learn more, click here.
Get to Know Heather Wagner And Amanda Scholl
Heather is a Recruiter who helped with the hiring of amazingly talented teams. Amanda is an experienced Senior Recruitment Specialist with a demonstrated history of working in the utilities and energy industries. If you are interested in a career at EnerSys, you can connect with them on LinkedIn. Don’t forget to mention this video!
More About EnerSys
EnerSys is an industrial technology leader serving the global community with mission-critical stored energy solutions that meet the growing demand for energy efficiency, reliability, and sustainability. A passion drives them to provide people everywhere with accessible power to help them work and live better. They produce excellence today and work with their customers on new solutions helping them win tomorrow. They are never satisfied because they know that your world changes every day. That’s why they are constantly innovating and exploring new ways of thinking to find solutions that address your challenges.