Jan 21, 2019 São Paulo
Bridgestone Brazil Opens Registration for the 2019 Internship Program
Applications for Bridgestone's 2019 Internship Program are open until February 28. The program offers 13 vacancies for students attending higher education in the Exact Science and Human disciplines.
The candidates will work in the company units in São Paulo and Santo André, in the areas of Procurement, Logistics, Information Technology, Foreign Trade, Sales Engineering, Human Resources, Corporate, Legal and Industrial Communication, where they will be integrated into the company's businesses and prepared to take a leading role in their careers.
During the program, all trainees selected will participate in lectures to learn about the company's business, training and evaluations within the Human Resources area and, at the end, as a conclusion to the program, they will develop a project within the area in which they have internships.
“This is a complete program that seeks to collaborate with the development of new professionals, bringing an integrated vision of the company's activities and practical action”, explains Lucila Del Grande, executive director of Human Resources of Bridgestone.
The workload will be 6 hours per day. In addition to salary compensation, benefits include medical and dental care, pharmacy agreement, life insurance, transportation voucher, meal voucher or meal on the premises.
Registrations can be made through website www.vagas.com.br (code v1822790).
Headquartered in Tokyo (Japan), Bridgestone is the largest tire and rubber company in the world. In addition to tires for use in a wide variety of applications, Bridgestone also operates in the air springs; chemicals for applications in construction, and waterproofing materials; industrial rubber; and sporting goods, among others. Its products are sold in over 150 countries worldwide. In Brazil, the production of Bridgestone and Firestone tires are distributed in Santo André (SP) and Camaçari (BA) units. The company also has two plants of treads and rubber parts for retreading, installed in Campinas (SP) and Mafra (SC).