Reference number: UNI4/DM/397
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Marelli Automotive Systems Europe is an international company committed to the design and production of hi-tech systems and components for the automotive sector.
With a turnover of €8.2 billion in 2017, about 80,000 employees, 120 production units and 15 R&D Centres, the Group has a presence in 20 countries (Italy, France, Germany, Spain, United Kingdom, Poland, Czech Republic, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Turkey, USA, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, China, Japan, India, Malaysia).
Marelli supplies all the leading car makers in Europe, North and South America, and Asia.
Through a process of constant innovation, Marelli aims to optimise transversal know-how in the electronics field in order to develop intelligent systems and solutions that contribute to the advancement of mobility, according to criteria relating to environmental sustainability, safety and quality of life on-board the vehicles.
Within the scope of its mission as a world-wide automotive systems and components supplier, Marelli aims to combine both quality and a competitive offer, technology and versatility, with the goal of making key technologies available to the final user at a competitive price.
An exciting Graduate Internship Opportunity has arisen for a recent graduate to join Marelli’s North East Health and Safety Team for a 4 month fixed term period, working with internal teams such as Human Resources and Occupational Health to coordinate the roll out of a business wide approach to the use of ergonomics. In brief, ergonomics is the study of people’s health and efficiency in their workplace surroundings. Marelli is looking for a recent graduate who is interested in ergonomics and how the study of this area can support a healthy and efficient workforce, to assist with the roll-out of a business wide approach to the use of ergonomics. On a day to day basis, the successful candidate will be expected to work across the 4 main business units to study activity, as well as with the Human Resources and Occupational Health Departments to implement processes, procedures and standard approaches.
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|Salary||£18,000 per year pro rata|
|Hours||37 hours per week|