Ford is offering 130 vacancies in the 2023 Internship Program for university students from different areas, residing in São Paulo (SP), Salvador (BA) and respective metropolitan regions, and Tatuí (SP). Applications are due until the 30th of September and must be made by LinkedIn.
“Our internship program was created to make room for the development of new talent. We are looking for young people with creativity, passion for technology and innovation and who want to participate in the transformation movement we are experiencing. They will connect with the Ford culture, which values diversity and collaboration,” says Juliana Diament, head of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion and Talent Acquisition and Integration at Ford.
New interns will be able to work in different areas of the company, including business (Finance, Communications, Human Resources, Legal and Purchasing), product (Manufacturing, Product Development and Regulations), technology and customer experience (IT, Customer Service, Marketing & Sales).
As prerequisites, candidates must be available to intern six hours a day and expected to graduate in 2024, in the following courses: Engineering (Mechanical, Mechatronics, Civil, Electrical, Production and others), Technology (Design, Information, Data Analysis, Computer Science, Computer Engineering, among others) and Humanities (preferably Administration, Law, Economics, Advertising, Marketing, Communication and Psychology).
In addition to the scholarship allowance, benefits include gympass, food allowance, mobility allowance, paid vacation, life insurance and birthday leave. The new interns will start activities in January 2023.
The work regime is hybrid.
Ford has the Development and Technology Center in Bahia, where 1,500 professionals work on projects for the future of mobility, such as electric, connected and autonomous cars. The laboratories and offices are located at Cimatec Park, in Camaçari, and there is also the Ideation Office, in Salvador, which work integrated into the company’s global innovation ecosystem.