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Internship Program

Would you like to start your professional career in one of our companies?

At CELSA Group™ we offer paid internships for students in our various business units in Europe and the areas where we operate. Throughout this training programme, you will gain experience taking part in real projects and cases within the company.

Your time at CELSA Group™ will open the doors to learning first-hand about the reality of a leading multinational company in the steel sector, letting you make your first professional contacts and giving you the chance to work alongside established specialists in the areas of operations, administration and finance, sales and human resources, among
others.

To do this, and taking into account your training needs, you will be able to combine your studies with the internship thanks to our flexible programmes, in terms of both schedule and calendar.

Who can join the INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME?

– University students enrolled and studying their last year of their Degree in Engineering or Business Administration and Management, or in the process of submitting their Final Year Project.

– Students on Advanced Level Vocational Training Courses who have completed and passed their first year.

What are the requirements?

Two criteria will be taken into account:

– Academic record (previous education).

– Level of English (minimum First Certificate or equivalent). Knowledge of other languages is an asset.

Why choose CELSA Group™?

At CELSA Group™ we believe in young talent and we want to develop careers in the company. This is why we try and ensure everyone on our internship programme can continue to grow within CELSA through other talent development programmes, once they complete this stage and have joined the team.

Are you up for it? Check out available vacancies!

Ingenium

Ingenium is a talent support program born from the hand of CELSA Group ™. It seeks to lead and face the transformation that Industry 4.0 poses and especially the steel sector. Employees, entrepreneurs and startups from around the world are called to present their most innovative ideas to face the current and future challenges of the steel industry.

CELSA Group ™ firmly believes that new technologies are the key to reinventing the sector and, therefore, the Ingenium program is an active part of this great digital transformation.

In each edition, relevant challenges are defined for CELSA Group ™, on which interested parties are invited to provide solutions. Once the registration deadline is closed, a team of CELSA Group ™ experts selects the best proposals. The finalists participate in a "Demo Day", a two-day face-to-face event where the projects will be presented and groups organized to improve them. During these two days, the entrepreneurs have access to the company and get to know its facilities and problems, and work together with the professionals of the Group in the improvement of their proposals. During this time, candidates have access to:

• Mentoring by the senior managers of CELSA Group™.
• Value contacts for the development of your "startup".
• A future strategic relationship with the Group.
• A possible participation of CELSA Group ™ in the "startup".
• Real possibilities of escalation within the company if the solution proves effective.

Link to :
http://ingenium.gcelsa.com/

Child Safety Awards

The Child Safety Awards are prizes for the youngest members of the CELSA Group ™ family. The objective of these awards is to reaffirm that in the Group nothing is more important than the safety of people. On the other hand, this initiative allows us to bring the Group closer to our family environment. The theme of the contest is the safety of parents at work, so that children should reflect on a drawing how their parents should protect themselves during their day to day. As our next step, we encourage the youngest participants to record a video with their parents explaining what they have drawn and what safety measures their parents must take during the workday so that they are completely safe.

Awards and recognitions of CELSA Group ™
For CELSA Group ™ recognitions are a fundamental aspect and an opportunity to value all those initiatives and attitudes that make the Group a better place. The awards allow us to recognize the people’s efforts and value those ideas that have had a direct impact on the Group and have helped us grow every day.
The prizes awarded also allow us to highlight the most human factor of our team and highlight those behaviors that identify the most with our values. For CELSA Group ™, the acknowledgments are a source of pride and a great reason to genuinely thank people of the Group for their good work and dedication.

Celsis
The “Celsis” are corporate coins that are awarded to the winners and finalists of the CELSA Group ™ awards. With them you can exchange a series of products and services related to training, health, work-life balance or technology. This currency also can be exchanged for any kind of solidarity initiatives that may bring the company closer to its people.

IESE Chair of Competitiveness in Manufacturing

The CELSA Chair of Competitiveness in Manufacturing of IESE aims to develop research, generate ideas and disseminate knowledge around competitiveness in the industrial sector. Because of this commitment, and its concern for the industrial decapitalization of the country, the CELSA Chair of IESE develops powerful research on the industrial sector and its competitiveness. Also, the Group has rewarded the best factories in our country since 2009.

The main objectives of the chair are to:

• Encourage interest in the manufacturing industry.
• Develop teaching material for senior management courses.
• Organize national and international seminars
• Disseminate the role of industry in the country's economy among the media.
• Promote good industrial practices through the creation of an annual prize.
• Collaborate with other international centers in the generation of ideas and dissemination of knowledge about the manufacturing industry.

More information:
https://www.iese.edu/es/claustro-investigacion/catedras/CELSA/