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Trieste, IT

Function:  Supply Chain Management
Job Category:  Students & Graduates

Parts Supply Trainee

Wärtsilä is an innovative technology company known for being a forerunner in the Marine and Energy markets. Every day, we – Wärtsilians - put our hearts and minds into turning Wärtsilä's purpose of enabling sustainable societies through innovation in technology and services into reality. Our ultimate aim is to provide increased value to both our customers and society. New, game-changing ideas and continuous improvement have been part of our DNA since 1834. Together, we can create new business opportunities and more sustainable future that we can all be proud of. 

We want to transition the world towards a decarbonised and sustainable future. By pushing the boundaries of engineering and technology, we can make it work. We are always on the lookout for future-oriented talent – want to join the ride?

Wärtsilä Italia is looking for a trainee in Parts Supply - Services to support our team developing our processes and tools.


The ideal candidate will have an academic background related to statistics, information technology or industrial management.

Other profiles as energetic engineering with an analytical and informatic attitude will be evaluated positively.

A good knowledge of English is required.

The opportunity is open for a traineeship, also to develop a thesis work.

If you are interested in joining an energetic and dynamic environment don't hesitate to apply!


Last application date: 10.02.2023 


At Wärtsilä we value, respect and embrace all our differences, and are committed to diversity, inclusion and equal employment opportunities; everyone can be their true self and succeed based on their job-relevant merits and abilities. 


This is Wärtsilä 

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