Hoisting Young Engineer Exchange Program

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Exchange program for the next generation talented engineering graduates

About the program

In a strategic move to bridge the burgeoning skills gap in the global mining industry, ABB has launched the Hoisting Young Engineer Exchange Program to attract the next generation of talented engineering graduates to a career in mine hoisting.

The international, two-year program features time spent in the participants’ local engineering teams, followed by a series of overseas rotations in ABB’s key hoisting markets, namely Canada, Australia, Poland, South Africa, Sweden and China.

Within each rotation, graduates will learn about the latest industry technology and have the chance to apply it directly on ABB’s customer sites. Unlike many traditional training programs, ABB’s new program is fully decentralized with an individually tailored schedule and direct customer work.

When can I apply?

In contrast to other talent programs, the Hoisting Young Engineer Exchange Program does not have a specific application period. Instead, opportunities are posted on a continuous basis. You can view the current open positions at the bottom of this page.

Why should you apply?

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ABB in hoisting

ABB has been a leader in developing world-class hoisting solutions for over 130 years. Powered by electricity with the possibility to run off renewable energy sources, hoists are very much a future forward solution for enabling the sustainable transformation.

To date, ABB has delivered over 1 000 hoisting solutions globally. As the sole supplier of complete mine hoist systems, customers can benefit from low life cycle cost, high reliability and system availability, short project execution time, and a single source of supply for complete systems, including service and spare parts.

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