At Techtronic Industries' (TTI), Engineers are at the heart of our workforce, delivering the product innovations and solutions that set us apart from our competitors. The Engineering Leadership Development Program (ELDP) is designed to identify high potential engineers and provide enhanced leadership training and other opportunities for professional development. We are committed to investing in the future generation of leaders and mentors within Engineering.
Techtronic Industries (TTI) is a fast-paced, high-energy organization that rewards out-of-the-box thinking to foster innovation. We provide a multi-faceted training program and hands-on field experience that will stimulate, challenge, and reward you. Our unrelenting strategic focus on exceptional people, powerful brands, innovative products, and operational excellence provides a powerful platform for strong leadership and sustainable growth.
About the Program
Being in the ELDP can provide engineers with an additional "tool in their toolbox.” There are various career paths one may choose from TTI; A technical or management Engineer track.
Participants in our program get the opportunity to strengthen their leadership skills through comprehensive trainings, enhance their social networks, and build lasting relationships with their mentors.
Our Power Equipment office is located in Anderson, SC, ten minutes outside of Greenville, SC. Greenville is rated by U.S. News as being #38 on the list of best places to live. Greenville made it on the list because it is a place with good value, a desirable place to live, has a strong job market, and has a high quality of life. The city center is home to theaters, concert venues, specialty shops boutiques, more than 1,000 restaurants, several minor league sports teams, the Swamp Rabbit system of multiuse recreational trails, and much more!
Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion are at the core of who we are at TTI. Because of our commitment to a multicultural and inclusive workplace, our people are our competitive advantage. While many of the company’s ESG activities are directed from the Board and management level to adhere to industry requirements, our Global D&I Committee started organically in 2019 as an employee-driven initiative to promote diversity within the company.
Sustainability best practices are embedded in all layers of our organization and across all functions. Environmental Social and Governance (ESG) principles are essential to our group strategy and are a key aspect through which we strive to deliver shared value to all our stakeholders. We understand the importance of continuous engagement with our stakeholders to monitor and address their expectations as well as evolving legal and industry requirements. Our commitment to increasing transparency and accountability throughout our value chain is evident in our approach to climate action, responsible sourcing, managing resources, materials and waste, and developing sustainable products.
Throughout the years, we continue to support programs that improve livelihoods in our communities. In 2021, we participated in volunteer initiatives that addressed good health and wellbeing, human rights and poverty alleviation, infrastructure development, and the reduction of inequality. Our community initiatives involved collaboration with non-governmental organizations (NGOs), providing them financial support, the donation of tools, and employee volunteering. While participation is voluntary, we are building upon strong support in both time and financial contributions from our leadership and employees.