The new engineers are WTP’s first-ever class of rotational engineers, or early-career and entry-level engineers who rotate assigned roles every six months.
“Developing better engineers with diverse experience and a robust understanding of plant engineering benefits the project,” said Rick Holmes, WTP site director and general manager for subcontractor Waste Treatment Completion Company. “The new engineers will help balance organizational needs and the growth of our department.”
The rotational engineering program provides plant engineering support that encompasses a wide array of engineering fields. The rotational engineers will be given assignments based on organizational priority, plant engineering needs and engineer preference. During their time in the two-year program, the engineers will rotate through four different engineering roles and will be offered permanent positions after completing the program.
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