Ford Motor Company is hiring for interns and full-time positions. We are looking for enthusiastic students who are lifelong learners, enjoy tackling difficult projects, love making things, and are passionate about creating, selling, and supporting innovative products.
Ford Day at Purdue
Wednesday, September 7th
8am-4:30pm: Displays at Engineering Mall & Memorial Mall, MSEE for the rain location.
5:30p-7p: PMU Anniversary Drawing room
Purduealumniwill be on hand to talk about career development at Ford, as well asshowing off some of our exciting cars, recent innovations, and current projects.
Ford is not just a car company, we want to change how the world moves by solving today’s growing global transportation challenges. Find out more about Ford’s Smart Mobility Experiments: http://digitalsnippets.ford.com/category/smart-mobility
Current job opportunities at Ford are posted on the Ford site and available: careers.ford.com
We are looking for interns and full-time employees with interests in various areas, including but not limited to:
Research and Product Development
Focus areas include: Mechanical and Electrical Systems, Advanced Materials, Powertrain and Electrification, Chassis Design, Driver Assistance, Active Safety and Autonomous Vehicles, Connected Vehicle, Advanced Features
Majors: Mechanical, Electrical, Computer, Materials, Chemical, and Environmental Engineering
Manufacturing and Supplier Technical Assistance
Focus areas include: Manufacturing and Operations, Quality and Production Status for Outside Suppliers
Majors: Mechanical, Electrical, Computer, Industrial, Chemical, and Environmental Engineering
Focus areas include: Connected Vehicle, Consumer Digital Marketing, Technology Research and Innovation
Majors: Computer Science, Computer Engineer, Computer Information Technology, MIS, Electrical Engineering Technology
Marketing, Sales & Service
Focus areas include: Corporate-to-Dealer (B2B) role with Ford and Lincoln dealerships
Majors: Management, Marketing, Selling and Sales, Economics, Industrial Management