The Student Trainee Program allows students the opportunity to work at Caterpillar while going to school.
Caterpillar's legacy of industry leadership dates back to 1925. We have a global footprint with product in more than 180 countries. Caterpillar is a Fortune 100 company that makes up the most diverse product line in the industry with more than 300 products. We work in industries that provide long-term economic value: commodities (mining, oil and gas); infrastructure (heavy construction, rail, paving, quarry and aggregate); and building construction (residential, commercial, standby power, industrial engines and forestry).
At Caterpillar you will have global exposure and opportunities, deep employee and leadership development resources and a compelling career path to make it possible to have the flexibility and excitement of a diverse career without needing to "start over" at a new company. Even while building deep expertise in one function, our employees can experience different career opportunities by moving between our many business units, locations and product lines throughout their career.
Our products have evolved from simple mechanical workhorses to sophisticated, electronically controlled work-site solutions. This transformation, along with our smart factories and our integrated dealer network, has provided a wealth of Big Data that is mined and analyzed across various segments such as product development, manufacturing, supply chain, marketing, sales and customer support.
Analytics Professionals are the data driven, business professionals using quantitative methods such as business simulations, data mining, and advanced statistical techniques to solve problems for internal business partners and external Caterpillar customers. As a part of our team, you will be immersed in our business and introduced to our analytics tools and techniques, enabling you to provide data driven insights that drive daily business decisions.
High School students considered for Analytics positions should have a basic understanding of computer programming. All positions require working in a team environment on challenging technical problems. Responsibilities vary from job to job but may include: analysis and testing; project work on research and development; or design exploration.
Considerations include education or experience in computer programming. In addition, successful performance requires sound judgment, motivation, effective interaction with others and the ability to handle an array of responsibilities.
These positions are open to high school junior/senior students only.
Must be 16 years of age by start date
Must have and maintain a 2.8 / 4.0 cumulative GPA
Must be a full-time student attending a high school within driving distance to the Champaign, IL Facility
Must have reliable transportation
Must be able to work 40 hours per week
Working knowledge of Python
Familiarity with AWS or other cloud technologies
Working knowledge of message brokers such as Kafka, RabbitMQ, AWS SQS, Kinesis, Etc
Working knowledge of relational SQL databases like Oracle, mySQL, Teradata, etc
Familiarity with GIT or other version control software packages
Familiarity with python libraries like numpy, pandas, celery, etc
These are part time temporary openings located in the Champaign, IL. Relocation is not available.
Caterpillar is not currently hiring individuals for this position who now or in the future require sponsorship for employment based non-immigrant and immigrant visas. However, as a global company, Caterpillar offers many job opportunities outside of the U.S. which can be found through our employment website www.caterpillar.com/careers.