Genesis Development Program

Entry-level Engineering Program

As part of our ongoing efforts to bring the best and brightest employees into our company, Siemens PLM Software has established the Genesis Development Program for recent college graduates who have a bachelor’s degree in computer science or engineering (with a strong focus on software applications) and are available to travel.

Graduates of the Genesis Development Program will collaborate with our customers to provide implementation and customization of the Siemens suite of PLM products and work on application development to provide customer-defined environments relative to Teamcenter software. Daily activities involve:

  • Interfacing with customers to document requirements
  • Performing gap analyses
  • Authoring functional and solution specifications
  • Configuring and/or customizing the Teamcenter software
  • Performing quality assurance testing
  • Providing user support for customer personnel

To learn more about this exciting opportunity, see the Genesis Development Program brochure or find the current job opportunities.

Genesis Development Program Graduate Comments

“Siemens is a great company overall to work for with wonderful benefits, even in comparison to my previous work in a government position. I graduated from the University of Dayton with a BS in Engineering Technology, specifically majoring in Computer and Electronic Engineering Technology. Going through the Genesis Program fully brought out my hands-on experience from college that I loved and put it to use on [PLM’s] flagship software, Teamcenter. Genesis teaches you the essentials of Teamcenter, including everything from install to data migration – giving you great real-world experience before setting foot on a customer site. Overall, my experience in Genesis was fantastic and has led to many new learning experiences and friendships along the way.”

– Chris Hall (2011 Genesis Development Program graduate)

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