If you're an achievement-oriented, talented undergraduate, Fortive is a great place to start your career.
You'll immediately take on meaningful assignments that have real impact—and real rewards—in one of our 20+ businesses. You'll work alongside, and learn from, some of the sharpest minds in business. You'll discover how to grow your leadership potential using the Fortive Business System (FBS) while learning in a culture rooted in continuous improvement. Along the way, you'll be guided by Leadership Anchors that position you for success.
Operations Leadership Development Program
Explore your full leadership potential through this established, hands-on program.
Exceptional Fortive associates have the opportunity to participate in our Operations Leadership Development program. You'll work on critical projects with access to and feedback from high-caliber leaders, be given superior training and experience a variety of different challenges, tailored to your interests and abilities. Discover teamwork and leadership the Fortive way.
Operations Leadership Development Program associates gain detailed exposure to FBS and the Leadership Anchors while mastering each assignment before moving to the next. Planned cohort learning sessions and input from senior leaders will enhance your experience and offer clear feedback.
The Operations Leadership Development Program targets high potential students studying Supply Chain and Engineering disciplines at top universities.
Undergrad Summer Internship Program
With the Fortive Summer Internship Program, interns work on projects that deliver real results, and impact one of our operating companies. As an intern, you will assume responsibility of challenging projects and see them through from design and research to implementation. Internship assignments are 12-week programs that also include one week of FBS training as well as exposure to kaizen practices and principals. The program culminates with a report-out presentation to a group of Fortive executives from multiple operating companies. Successful interns will be extended offers at the end of the summer.