Ford Motor Company is looking for engineers across a variety of disciplines to help build our exciting next generation of cars and trucks!
Please visit our corporate recruiting website at www.careers.ford.com. We encourage each of you to review the website, set up a profile, and apply for any of the listed positions. Yes, you can apply to more than one! Make sure to tell us that you came from Formula Hybrid (SAE), listed as a professional organization when you apply.
At General Motors the brightest minds come together to build exceptional automobiles and to strive towards being the best in technology, safety, and innovation. We focus on putting our customers, and our planet, at the center of everything we do. And because we do, we’re redefining the way the world drives. Our sustainability efforts have positioned us as leaders in the areas of voluntary carbon reductions, clean energy patents, energy efficient manufacturing and solar technology. Working across cultures and nations, our dynamic network encompasses Suppliers, Design Centers, Laboratories, and Manufacturing Plants in more than 100 countries. Share your talent, your passion and your determination, and become part of a revolution that’s designing, building and selling the World’s Best Vehicles. For that reason we are looking for great talent like YOU. The General Motors recruiting team will be at the Formula Hybrid Competition from April 30 – May 3, 2017. We will have representatives from the Global Propulsion Group (Electrification) and the Vehicle Engineering Group too. Please stop by the General Motors booth and learn more about career opportunities and why our company is the Workplace of Choice.
“Formula hybrid students possess a passion for attacking formidable challenges with great tenacity. These are the engineers that will propel GM into the future.” — Ronn E. Jamison, Director, Under Hood Design and Release, General Motors
“The Formula Hybrid Event has proven to be a valuable source of creative, talented engineers with an in-depth knowledge of Hybrid systems. They come into our organization able to contribute on their first day.” — Anthony Modafferi, Manager, Global Battery Systems Laboratory, General Motors