Engineering in Industrial Organisations
Graduate in Engineering in Industrial Organisations
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Graduates in Engineering in Industrial Organisation do competitive and sustainable industrial activities and services, promoting the improvement and innovation of products, services and technological processes as well as organisational models. Develop their professional activity in a wide range of positions of responsibility within the organisation.
Graduates in Engineering in Industrial Organisations lead teams which encourage the participation and involvement of people to tackle the strategic challenges of organisations. Graduates must also take decisions from a global and strategic perspective, taking into account the different stakeholders, such as suppliers, customers, work teams, shareholders, society, ...
93% of the employment rate of students enrolled in Industrial Organisation Engineering
100% of the End-of-Course Projects (TFG) in company with a monthly scholarship
Development of professional activities in a variety of positions of responsibility within the organisation
25% of students enjoy experiences abroad, both studying and doing the TFG.
Graduates in Industrial Organisation Engineering can be responsible for different functional areas of a company such as production, purchasing, distribution, quality and maintenance. In addition, they can be responsible for product innovation, process and the management of the organisation, contributing to the challenge of innovation and social, environmental and economic sustainability. This applies to techniques, methods, tools and knowledge in logistics, management of production, manufacturing processes, management of projects, quality management, management of maintenance, … to achieve the effectiveness and efficiency of industrial activities or services.
Tasks and Ressponsibilities
- Production, undertaking tasks relating to the definition of references that facilities must produce, managing the movement of products within the company, and designing the optimal distribution and location of installations for efficient production,
- Purchase, provisioning the company with the materials needed to make the products, and analysing the market to find better suppliers, analysing the markets and negotiating contracts with suppliers of raw materials, components or services,
- Logistical coordinator of distribution, managing the distribution of products at the point of sale,
- Quality, making sure that tasks are undertaken in most efficient way possible, and defining and meeting quality standards
- Coordinating maintenance activities, managing and controlling installations, and preventive and corrective maintenance tasks to achieve both economic and environmental efficiency.
- Management of the projects as well as fronting innovation processes that arise within the company.
In addition, taking responsibility to drive continuous improvement both within the company and within the job itself, finding new market niches, establishing relations with new suppliers with which to cooperate to create new products or processes, increasing the efficiency of processes by making them more reliable, and creating new transport routes to reduce cost.