Mario Longhi

Mario Longhi

How long have you worked for Infineum, including the internship period?

More than ten years!

How did you manage to get your internship?

Walking along the UFF corridors, I saw an advert for a trainee in IT for an organisation with a weird name. As I had already worked in IT, I decided to send a CV only to see what was going to happen. I have been here ever since.

Do you think your internship improved your career perspectives? If so, how?

For sure. Working in Infineum has been important for my career and maturity as I was exposed to several different areas of corporate life. Furthermore, I could work with many high-level and skilled professionals.

What were your first impressions from our organisation when you started your career?

Concern with safety of the colleagues and the international aspect routed in the day-by-day of the operations.

In your opinion, has the organisation changed throughout the years? If so, how?

There was an evolution of the maturity of processes and in the ability to keeping competitive without affecting the quality of operations.

What advice would you give to the current Infineum trainees?

Search to work within several areas and with different colleagues. Thus, there is the possibility of knowing more about robust processes in a mature and global corporation.

How to apply for an internship?

Infineum recruits on specific university campuses during the Autumn and Spring sessions. To determine if we will be attending your school/college/university, contact your careers centre for details specific to your campus. Internship opportunities are also posted at select universities, and annual application deadlines are included in posted opportunities.

All applicants receive email notification when their information is received. Qualified candidates of interest will be notified directly by the Human Resources function.

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