Posted on 24 May 2019

Our Graduate Engineer Training Programme (GET) was first launched in 2017 and was designed to give an exclusive and enriching experience to young aspiring engineers, providing hands on experience into the world of cutting-edge technology and gearing them towards impacting the lives of many individuals worldwide. With our GET programme, those selected will develop both professionally and personally and gain in-depth insights into different areas of the Natec’s operations, by being part of something unique and life changing in many ways!

This year’s seminar was held at the University of Mauritius on 18th April. One of the core objectives of our GET programme is to provide an opportunity to local engineers who have completed their studies in Mauritius. To be able to put theory into practice, Natec Medical recruits fresh engineers each year from the University. Newly graduates develop their skills and competencies, to be full fledged Engineers within the Natec Environment.

These graduates will be in different departments such as: Production, Quality, Research & Development and Machines & Equipment. Trainee Engineers will be required to undergo and complete a period of training of one year and then be potentially integrated as a Full-Time employee.

Key Takeaways from the Workshop

  • Natec Medical representatives from various departments were present at the University of Mauritius to hold their recruitment seminar in front of approximately 30 students.
  • Anoushka Ambajee (Marketing & Communication Manager) presented an overview of Natec Medical highlighting: service offerings, key facts and figures and providing students a notion of the company’s biggest asset – its people.
  • Lovena Armoogum (Senior HR Manager) presented information regarding the different criteria and academic requirements needed for students to be part of the GET Programme.
  • Anoushka Dabee (Quality Engineer, GET 2017 recruit) provided key insights on how the Quality Department is structured also outlining the rigorous standards for medical devices and medical quality control.
  • Danaven Padiachy (Senior R&D engineer, GET 2017 recruit) shared information about the development and manufacturing processes of the R&D department.
  • Simon Gaboriaud (Machine & Equipment engineer, GET 2018 recruit) highlighted the various robust technological capabilities which helps Natec produce their life saving devices.
  • Adesh Jugtah (Junior Manufacturing Engineer, GET 2018 recruit) covered insights on how Natec manufactures it’s catheters for interventional Cardiology, Gastroenterology, Radiology and Urology

The world of Natec Medical brings plenty of scope and prospects for young professionals. It is also inspiring how some of Natec’s employees, who were also enrolled in engineering programmes at the University of Mauritius, are today well established and are making significant contributions towards the field of medical technology. This should encourage newly graduates as Natec takes pride in fostering an exciting career path for it’s people.