All it takes to succeed at Unilever is determination and a willingness to learn and seek knowledge from other people. They are not as concerned with concrete results from projects so much so as you show an understanding of the process on what a good process engineer would do to fix the situation.
Former Process Technology Engineer at Unilever Nigeria
about 2 years ago
I believe the most important skill would be the ability to effectively be a part of, and manage teams. The majority of your goals will in one way or the other be dependent on someone else, more often than not, multiple people. It becomes essential to your productivity that you are able to effectively manage a team. Also, you may be responsible/accountable for the work output and workplace safety of one or more technicians/operators who report to you. It is important to value workplace safety, safe work methods, and a manufacturing excellence culture.
Other important skills are critical thinking, creativity and innovation, crisis management, data management and analysis, product and technology design, as well as effective corporate communication.