Apply now for the Career Day on May 17th, 2018
Four megatrends will define the future of mobility: connectivity, autonomous driving, shared services, and electromobility. The organization Mercedes-Benz Cars Procurement & Supplier Quality engages with these trends long before the clients can experience these technologies in their vehicle. Our employees are working on the interface between traditional automotive business and the implementation of innovative developments in and around the automobile – worldwide at sites in Germany, the USA, South Africa, China, India, Mexico, and Argentina.
You'll be given an exclusive insight into the Procurement & Supplier Quality department. You'll attend practical workshops that introduce the high-tech environment at Mercedes-Benz Cars, and you'll get to know us as an international employer, as well as some of your potential future colleagues.
This is what's on offer on May 17th:
• Personal selection meetings with managers and HR experts
• Conversations with buyers and quality engineers
• Get to know some of the exciting challenges from our every-day work
• An insight into current trends and topics in the automotive industry
You like taking responsibility, are flexible and working together with international suppliers? Are you interested in the latest trends that will define the future of mobility?
In order for your application to be successful you will also need to fulfill these further requirements: being passionate about technology, able to work independently, and have strong analytical and conceptual skills. We also need you to be creative and a good communicator with proficient English, and to have the ability to always see the bigger picture.
We invite any graduates, professionals, and students coming to the end of their degrees to apply for this recruiting day. Further details on the specific vacancies can be found in the job advertisements.
Please apply for one of the advertised positions. If you are interested in several positions, you are welcome to state your preferred areas in a letter.
For more information, please visit the German Site.