Ferrari - Engineering Internships (Maranello)

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  • Italy
Maranello

Overview

Ferrari S.p.A. is an Italian sports car manufacturer based in Maranello. Founded by Enzo Ferrari in 1939 as Auto Avio Costruzioni, the company built its first car in 1940. We represent a company in which tradition and innovation are melded each and every day to fuel the Ferrari legend.

Details

Our rich heritage and ability to combine developing extreme technological solutions with human-scale artisanal craftsmanship are a direct result of our company history and the international and multicultural context in which we operate.

We build cars, symbols of Italian excellence the world over, and we do so to win on both road and track. Unique creations that fuel the Prancing Horse legend and generate a “World of Dreams and Emotions”.

Ferrari has a most desirable track record, in Formula One as well as in GT production cars, record business results and voted one of the World's most powerful brands. Above all Ferrari is an international team working with the highest level of professionalism and dedication, based on performance, meritocracy and continuous development, with innovation at the heart of our future. 

To exceptional students and recent graduates we are offering different challenging internship opportunities for graduates in engineering (engine, vehicle, materials, supply chain and management engineering) in different teams. 

Working with Ferrari means working with engineering excellence and innovation on the highest level. Designing, developing and testing technical solutions and applications, will have the opportunity to work directly with in one of the most professional, meticulous and high-profile engineering teams anywhere. 

We can offer this as part of your university thesis or as a post-graduate internship (as long as you graduated less than 12 months ago). 

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Desired Skills and Experience

  • In order to succeed in this challenging internship, you will ideally have achieved excellent academic results in the area of mechanical engineering, vehicle engineering, management engineering, industrial engineering or materials engineering. Preferably, in line with your dedicated interest in automobiles, racing and performance improvement, you have already participated and collected experiences through Formula Student or similar engineering initiatives and competitions. 
  • You have gathered work experience through internships or projects that allow you to understand the complexities of the environment outside of university and helped you to develop your personal and communicative skills. In Ferrari you must exhibit the capability to think analytically, target-oriented and structured. You need to demonstrate strong communication skills (such as the ability to listen as well as in-depth reasoning). You will be expected to work independently as well as integrate as part of a team. We require attention to the detail and awareness of the responsibility that comes with your role. 
  • You are motivated to adapt to and learn from the company culture. It goes without saying that you relish a challenge. The effective completion of your daily tasks requires you to be a proficient user of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint & Outlook). Advanced knowledge of engineering programs such as Catia, Solidworks, Matlab, Microsoft Project, CAD is a plus and help you to successfully master your daily projects. 
  • Fluent English is a must-have while a good level of Italian is an advantage for your best local integration. Ferrari specifically appreciates individuals with experience outside their country of origin, allowing for a multicultural mindset. These internships require fulltime attendance at Ferrari in Maranello, Italy. 

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Dates:

Deadline: As soon as possible


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