Our Management Trainee Programme is a full-time employment that prepares aspiring fresh engineering graduates for a long and fulfilling career with Keppel Infrastructure (KI). It is designed to nurture both functional experts and business leaders. Through attachments to various plants at KI, Management Trainees are offered the opportunity to build a strong engineering foundation, while concurrently developing their leadership skills and business intuition. Graduates from the Programme will be deployed strategically to build competencies that further their individual career aspirations and advance our business objectives.

The Journey

As a KI Management Trainee, you will be assigned a mentor who acts as your navigator and friend to help you assimilate into the Keppel family. Your journey begins by building a strong engineering foundation through assuming hands-on practical roles at the plants, guided by our crew of experienced Operations & Maintenance specialists. As your knowledge deepens, you will not only gain an understanding of the plants’ operations but also how they interact with the other businesses in the KI Group. To ensure that your development is holistic, you will concurrently be exposed to various broad-based programmes and projects, at both KI and Keppel Group levels, that hone your leadership and professional skills. Last but not least, you may also be selected for overseas assignments to enrich your experience as you contribute towards KI. So, this journey is not for the faint-hearted!

The Successful Applicant

  • Fresh graduate with a good engineering degree (in disciplines relevant to KI) from a recognised university
  • Career interests and values must resonate well with KI
  • Effective communicator with a strong collaborative spirit
  • Excellent leadership track record through CCA achievements and/or internship experience
  • Highly motivated and tenacious, with an aptitude to thrive on challenges

The Selection Process
Shortlisted candidates will be invited to participate in a series of assessments, which may involve assessment centres, group interviews and/or panel interviews.