Accelerated Development Programs

Ingersoll Rand's Accelerated Development Programs (ADPs) provide recent college graduates with challenging assignments, training and valuable exposure to our company's senior leaders. Through rotations and experiences in multiple geographic and business locations, our ADPs enable you to build diverse skill sets and a strong foundation for a successful and fulfilling career with Ingersoll Rand.

These unique programs differentiate us in the industry, and we seek the best of the best to become program members. To be considered for acceptance in one of our ADPs, you must hold a required degree for the specific program, with a 3.0 GPA or higher. You should have a minimum of two leadership experiences, such as a school club officer, sports team captain, resident advisor or similar position and have at least two related internship experiences or six months of related work experience. You must also be geographically mobile both on and off program.

Ingersoll Rand Accelerated Development Programs are available in Europe, Asia, India and in the US.

Engineering ADP
Accounting ADP
Human Resources ADP
Technology ADP
Marketing ADP
Operations ADP

 

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As an Engineering ADP participant, you will complete two 12-18 month assignments, with the opportunity for an additional 6-month cross-functional assignment at a business unit or manufacturing facility in your region. Your experiences in the program will be designed to help you develop a sound engineering foundation with skills in key areas including:

  • New product development
  • Value analysis/value engineering
  • Six Sigma
  • FMEA and DFMEA
  • Product, component and reliability testing

 

To qualify for the program you should hold a Bachelor's degree in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering with a 3.0 GPA or higher, have at least two leadership experiences such as a school club officer, sports team captain, resident advisor or similar position, and have two related internships or six months of related experience. You must also be geographically mobile both on and off program.

   
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As a Human Resources ADP participant, you will complete two 12-month assignments – one each in a generalist and a specialist role – with an opportunity for an additional 6-month cross-functional assignment in a corporate or plant setting. Your experiences in the program will be designed to help you develop a sound HR foundation with skills in key areas including:

  • Organization Development
  • Employee relations
  • Talent acquisition
  • Performance management process
  • Compensation strategy
  • Selection/assessment
  • Communication strategy/planning
  • Change management

 

To qualify for the program you must be pursuing a Master's degree in Human Resources with a 3.0 GPA or higher, have at least two leadership experiences such as a school club officer, sports team captain, resident advisor or similar position, and have two related internships or two to five years work experience. You must also be geographically mobile both on and off program.

 

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As a Technology ADP participant, you will complete three 9-month assignments designed to help you develop a sound technology foundation with skills in key areas including:

  • Infrastructure
  • Smart Products
  • Supplier Management
  • Audit
  • Applications

 

To qualify for the program you must be pursuing an BS/BA in Management Information Systems(MIS) or Information Technology. You should have a 3.0 GPA or higher, and at least two leadership experiences such as a school club officer, sports team captain, resident advisor or similar position, as well as two related internships or six months of related experience. You must also be geographically mobile both on and off program.

 

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As a Marketing ADP participant, you will complete two 12-month assignments with an opportunity for an additional 6 month cross functional assignment. Your experiences in the program will be designed to help you develop a sound marketing foundation with skills in key areas including:

  • Market research and segmentation
  • Brand development/management
  • Customer and supplier relations
  • Channel development/management
  • Demand creation and forecasting
  • Tradeshows and promotions

 

To qualify for the program you must hold a Bachelor's degree in Business Marketing with a 3.0 GPA or higher, have at least two leadership experiences such as a school club officer, sports team captain, resident advisor or similar position, and have two related internships or six months of related experience. You must also be geographically mobile both on and off program.

 

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As an Operations ADP participant, you will complete two assignments in Strategic Sourcing and Manufacturing. You will spend 1.5 years in manufacturing roles gaining experience in materials, plant, supervision, and learn followed by 1 year in a Strategic Sourcing role. Your experiences in the program will be designed to help you develop a sound operations foundation with skills in key areas including:

  • Plant manufacturing
  • Materials
  • Plant floor supervision
  • Lean/Six Sigma
  • Strategic sourcing
  • Planning strategy
  • Operational excellence
  • Sales inventory operations planning

 

To qualify for the program you must hold a Bachelor's degree in Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Supply Chain Management, Industrial Management or Industrial Distribution, with a 3.0 GPA or higher. You should also have at least two leadership experiences such as a school club officer, sports team captain, resident advisor or similar position, and have two related internships or six months of related manufacturing experience. You must also be geographically mobile both on and off program.

 

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As an Accounting ADP participant, you will complete 2 ½ years rotating through three assignments in plant and sector/corporate roles.  Typical rotations include a 9 month rotation in cost accounting, followed by a 9 month rotation (assignment flexible), followed by 12 months in Audit Services.   Your experiences in the program will be designed to develop a strong accounting foundation with skills in key areas including:

  • New Product Costing
  • Cost Accounting
  • General Accounting
  • Standard Setting
  • Physical inventory
  • Audit
  • Sarbanes-Oxley
  • Financial analysis
  • Enterprise/sector projects
  • Tax

 

To qualify for the program you must hold a Bachelor's degree in Finance or Accounting with a 3.0 GPA or higher, have at least two leadership experiences such as a school club officer, sports team captain, resident advisor or similar position, and have two related manufacturing internships or six months of related experience. You must also be geographically mobile both on and off program.

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