Avery Dennison Information Session | Weatherhead

Avery Dennison Information Session

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Avery Dennison is currently recruiting for their Global Operations Leadership Development (GOLD) Program. This info session will provide a program overview and a question and answer session from key business leaders within Avery Dennison.

This program is designed to provide a meaningful and challenging work experience through projects that will expose the associate to a variety of our operations and develops the employee’s knowledge and skills through practical, technical and managerial training. Associates usually carry out several projects utilizing Lean Manufacturing/Six Sigma methodologies in various functions, divisions and geographical regions of the company. The associate will learn functional and technical aspects of our business, as well as general leadership skills.

The program consists of two 12 to 18 month rotations in two different US locations and divisions of Avery Dennison.

Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree in manufacturing, engineering, logistics/supply chain management, or related discipline and a GPA of 3.0 or higher.
1. Highly motivated and creative thinker
2. Effectively communicates at all levels of the organization
3. Works effectively in a fast-paced, change-driven environment
4. Comfortable working on multiple projects simultaneously
5. Sets and achieves challenging goals for self and projects
6. Works independently
7. Willingness to relocate every 12 to 18 months into different businesses and locations

Contact Information:
Weatherhead Career Development Center

Wednesday, Oct. 6, 2010 from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Sponsored by: Case Career Center

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