Careers

Isuzu is the global leader in commercial vehicles and diesel engines. We consistently focus on "creation without compromise" in the process of building and maintaining a world class organization. By expanding our operations across the globe, Isuzu products benefit people in over 100 countries. To ensure the most advanced performance and superb service, we are moving forward in product development, quality, manufacturing systems and customer support, which will become the new global standards of excellence. We hold an uncompromising commitment to improvement for better products and a better partnership with the world.

These Isuzu companies are proud to offer comprehensive salary and benefit packages to their employees.

Opportunities With:

Isuzu Motors America, LLC

Plymouth, MI - Applications and Sales Engineer

Please send resume and salary requirements (referencing the Requisition Number) to:

Isuzu Motors America, LLC

ATTN: Human Resources

Req. Number: RIS-6-18

46401 Commerce Center Drive
Plymouth, MI 48170

Email: mirecruiter@isza.com

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Applications and Sales Engineer

Supports customer and supplier requests in the proper selection, procurement or design, analysis, and release of value-added engine systems including, but not limited to, cooling packages, air intake systems, exhaust systems, controls systems, wire harnesses, mounting systems, and all associated hardware. Performs diesel engine testing and application/installation checks to verify and document appropriate designs and installations for mechanically and electronically controlled engines. Specialization in internal combustion engines as applied to industrial off-highway equipment is required. Designs, sources, and tests components that make up engine power units, accessory kits, and control systems. Reports schedules and monitors budgets for all assigned design projects including travel related to the design, testing, application of components and systems.

Bachelor,s degree in Mechanical Engineering or an Engineering discipline combined with experience in engine applications in the Off-Highway field. Minimum three years of experience with an engine manufacturer, engine distributor, or related field, including project coordination experience. Minimum one year experience with CAD design including 3D modeling. Three-dimensional computer-aided design/modeling. Diesel engine installation; application engineering. Mechanical and physical properties of mobile construction. Engine electronics; OBD II, SAE J1939, and CAN BUS protocol. Basic engine injection/timing/fuel delivery software (ECM/ECU). Knowledge related to automotive or industrial engine development (electronic controls). Knowledge of engineering disciplines: material properties, fluid dynamics, statics, heat transfer, thermodynamics, and vibration analysis. 3D - CAD design and analysis- capable of producing mounting/fixing/bracketry components. Advanced PC skills (database, graphics, presentation, spreadsheet, and word-processing). Excellent written and verbal communication, and interpersonal skills. Ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously. The employee must be able to access, enter, and retrieve data using a computer and engineering test equipment. This is primarily a sedentary position in a controlled office environment which requires only occasional reaching, stooping, and lifting of office files, reports or records, typically weighing 5 lbs. or less. Rare instances requiring lifting of light objects (5 to 25 lbs.). The employee must also be able to work in a lab and/or outdoor environment, requiring use of hand tools and equipment while standing for extended periods of time. Position requires overnight travel, up to 25%. Occasional international travel also required.

Plymouth, MI - Manager, Aftersales Programs

Please send resume and salary requirements (referencing the Requisition Number) to:

Isuzu North America Corporation

ATTN: Human Resources

Req. Number: RIN-5-18

46401 Commerce Center Drive
Plymouth, MI 48170

Email: mirecruiter@isza.com

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Manager, Aftersales Programs

Responsible for the implementation and coordination of all service & parts aftersales programs and policies regarding remanufacturing, parts sales programs, new product launch integration and distributor & dealer development. Provides direct support and guidance to program operators and operations to guide their success while making continual improvements.

Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Automotive and Heavy Equipment Management, Diesel Technology, Automotive Technology, or equivalent directly related work experience. Minimum five years similar level and related experience, preferably with an engine manufacturer along with a minimum of three years of supervisory/management experience. Knowledge of diesel engine construction and operating principles. Understanding of engine and parts remanufacturing programs as well as service and parts operations including warranty systems. Knowledge of electronic engine controls, diagnostics, and service tools. Solid knowledge of customer relations. Proficient PC skills in Windows applications. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Effective, individual negotiation and problem resolution skills. The employee must be able to access, enter, and retrieve data using a computer. This is primarily a traveling position in a mobile office environment which requires only occasional reaching, stooping, and lifting of office files, reports or records, typically weighing 5 lbs. or less. Also requires rare instances of lifting light to heavy material, 5-60 lbs. Position requires up to 50% travel including overnight stays.

Isuzu Commercial Truck of America, Inc.

Southern Region - Manager, Lifecycle Business

Please send resume and salary requirements (referencing the Requisition Number) to:

Isuzu Commercial Truck of America, Inc.

ATTN: Human Resources

Req. Number: RIC-7-18

1400 S. Douglass Road, Suite 100
Anaheim, CA 92806

Email: careers@isza.com

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Manager, Lifecycle Business

Assists DSPMs within assigned area to identify incremental Isuzu parts and service business opportunities. Develops aftersales initiatives and marketing promotions to increase overall Isuzu products in the marketplace and to grow dealers' service and parts volumes. Conducts in-dealer reviews with DSPM to target areas that will have the biggest impact on profit improvement and support the Lifecycle Business Model for Isuzu dealers. Jointly with regional staff analyzes market areas and develops action plans to expand fleet and independent repair shop parts purchases. Reviews dealership service and parts operations with regional staff, develops cooperative action plans, and sets schedule for in-dealership market reviews. Prepares and presents final report with regional staff of recommendations to dealership executive management (report includes incremental revenue potential and itemized key growth improvement areas). Develop and initiates programs with DSPMs that will assist dealership in obtaining objectives. Tailors improvement programs to fit dealership business flow to help ensure success. Manages and assists DSPM in implementing Isuzu's best practices within dealerships to reinforce the Lifecycle Business Model. Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.

Bachelors degree in Automotive or Industrial Arts, or equivalent directly related work experience. Minimum five years related experience in dealership fixed operations and five years with automotive or truck manufacturer. Commercial vehicle dealership retail operations experience desirable. General knowledge of automotive and or truck industry practices and dealership fixed operations. Good knowledge of dealer network fundamentals and principals. Proficient PC skills in Windows applications. Excellent verbal and written communication skills including presentation skills. Automotive technical skills, report development, and analytical skills. Basic video production and photography skills. Ability to identify and judge internal dealer operations and human tendencies. The employee must be able to access, enter, and retrieve data using a computer. Work performed in dealer service and parts environment requires frequent standing. Also requires occasional lifting of light objects (5-25 lbs.), frequent lifting of average objects (25-60 lbs.), and rare instances of lifting heavy objects (over 60 lbs.). Some exposure to exhaust fumes, engine noise, and dust/dirt present in commercial vehicle repair environment. Also requires stooping, kneeling, and bending around vehicles in dealership situations. Requires frequent travel over 75% of the time including overnight stays.

Isuzu North America Corporation

Anaheim, CA - Supply Chain, Customs & Logistics Coordinator

Please send resume and salary requirements (referencing the Requisition Number) to:

Isuzu North America Corporation

ATTN: Human Resources

Req. Number: RIN-9-18

1400 S. Douglass Road, Suite 100
Anaheim, CA 92806

Email: careers@isza.com

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Supply Chain, Customs & Logistics Coordinator

Production Planning and Forecasting: Coordinates with ICTA and INAC (GM) to ensure their monthly orders and forecasts are received and processed; Assists in the updating of the midterm forecast and uploading to SAP on a weekly basis; Collates shipping and vanning information from IML and updates production sequence worksheets; Maintains and uploads the vanning sequence in SAP for Charlotte container delivery scheduling; Assists in preparation of monthly line-up file verification from Spartan. Customs and Logistics Operations: Prepares and uploads ISF and shipment invoice files, including EPA and DOT data into SAP for timely transmittal to customs broker; Inputs customs data into SAP and department Excel and Access databases; Prepares and submits export documentation for ASC operations. SKD and Domestic Parts Ordering: Issues and transmits purchase orders to IML; Coordinates with IML, INAC Charlotte personnel, and INAC Logistics group to ensure timely arrival of part shipments to the Charlotte plants; Uploads the Midterm Forecast and verifies results in SAP. Model Line-up and VIN Layout Set-up: Maintains and distributes the model line-up from IML to INAC, ICTA, and Spartan; Maintains and updates VIN Layout data in SAP. Service Plate Label Data Maintenance: Assists in the maintenance, updating, and uploading of the Service plate data for NGAS and FTR units; Coordinates with IML and other Isuzu companies to receive the updated Service plate codes and data. Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.

Associate's degree in manufacturing, business management, international business, economics, or equivalent directly related work experience; Bachelor's degree preferred. Minimum three years related work experience in automotive manufacturing production operations, automotive industry, customs or logistics industries preferred. General knowledge of customs and logistics preferred. Proficient PC skills in Windows applications, especially Excel; SAP desirable. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Good organizational and multi-tasking skills. The employee must be able to access, enter, and retrieve data using a computer. This is primarily a sedentary position in a controlled office environment which requires only occasional reaching, stooping, and lifting of office files, reports or records, typically weighing 5 lbs. or less.

Plymouth, MI - Commodity Buyer

Please send resume and salary requirements (referencing the Requisition Number) to:

Isuzu North America Corporation

ATTN: Human Resources

Req. Number: RIN-5-18

46401 Commerce Center Drive
Plymouth, MI 48170

Email: mirecruiter@isza.com

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Commodity Buyer

Under general supervision, performs all business-related issues with Isuzu suppliers including pricing, delivery, and quality of the parts purchased. Contributes as a team member by providing active support and assistance to all members of purchasing, promoting cross-functional knowledge, and teamwork. Performs all aspects of sourcing to meet the needs of engineering and production. Based on quality, cost, and delivery evaluations, prepares and makes sourcing recommendations. Issues letters of intent to suppliers. Negotiates with suppliers to achieve optimum part quality, cost, and delivery, assuring that parts will meet all Isuzu requirements. Thoroughly analyzes cost elements of parts including tooling and packaging amortization, economic adjustments, logistics costs, and NAFTA and Country of Origin implications. Negotiates with suppliers to meet Isuzu cost objectives and conducts cross-functional value analysis/value engineering review. Leads the development process for new model and commodity launches, orchestrating activities between suppliers and related departments (Engineering, Logistics, Production). Issues request for quotation packages for new programs, engineering changes, and market studies. Analyzes and interprets the financial health of suppliers by utilizing D&B reports, suppliers' financial statements, and key ratio analysis. Monitors and evaluates suppliers' performance regarding on-time delivery and past-due shipments. Assists with supplier pre-selection audits and process audits.

Bachelor's degree or equivalent directly related work experience in business, finance, engineering, or another related field. Minimum three years of work experience in a purchasing department or closely related field. Experience with contract negotiations including pricing, terms and conditions, and policies regarding purchasing. Basic knowledge of financial and cost-benefit analysis. Proficient PC skills in Windows applications. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Ability to understand the basics of blueprints for specific parts utilized. Excellent analytical skills. The employee must be able to access, enter and retrieve data using a computer. This is primarily a sedentary position in a controlled office environment which requires only occasional reaching, stooping, and lifting of office files, reports or records, typically weighing 5 lbs. or less. Position requires up to 25% domestic and international business travel, including overnight stays.

Isuzu Technical Center of America, Inc.

Plymouth, MI - Engineer II, CV Engineering (Electrical)

Please send resume and salary requirements (referencing the Requisition Number) to:

Isuzu Technical Center of America, Inc.

ATTN: Human Resources

Req. Number: RIT-49-17

46401 Commerce Center Drive
Plymouth, MI 48170

Email: mirecruiter@isza.com

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Engineer II, CV Engineering (Electrical)

Conducts engineering activities related to product design such as drawing creation, engineering specification reviews, engineering cost estimates, proper development timing, and support testing for appropriate projects. Works on supplier design issues, problem resolutions, engineering reviews, data analysis, potential engineering changes, and manages component timing. Provides engineering assistance to Isuzu related companies and departments as necessary. Evaluates technical content, improves quality, reduces cost, makes effective decisions and meets schedules while considering a range of alternatives. Reports activities and decisions to Sr. Engineer, assigned mentor and/or management for direction and/or approvals. Communicates effectively with ISZJ engineering, suppliers, production facilities, JV partners and other parties based on teamwork concepts. Coordinates with suppliers or other department to achieve established targets on schedule. Analyzes new technologies and trends. Prepares various reports and research findings to management in both the U.S. and in Japan. Maintains and manages assigned projects and related schedules. Assists and consults with other Isuzu departments and companies, sharing technical documentation to support Isuzu's collective objectives. Investigates competitors' vehicles or specific subsystems for competitive engineering research. Prepares presentations for reviews and information sharing. Attends technical events/meetings at GM, ISZJ, JVL, ISZA vendors, and others. Prepares design drawings as necessary and evaluates vendor drawings.

B.S. in Engineering or equivalent experience. Minimum 3 years of experience in automotive product design engineering or equivalent. Development process of automotive parts. Automotive parts knowledge for material selection (metal, plastic, textile), production processes, test methods, regulations, and component/sub-system design development process. Familiar with Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) and Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)/American Standard Test Method (ASTM). CAD/CAM design systems; Siemens NX & TcAE or similar. PC computer system experience and usage; Microsoft Office. Familiarization with simulation software and common diagnostic equipment. Cyber security fundamentals. Advance New Technologies including Electric Vehicle (EV), Electric Vehicle Hybrid (HEV), Autonomous Vehicle, Model Based Design (MBD), and Telematics. Strong analytical skills. Competence in problem solving. Visualization aptitude - ability to sketch, interpret drawings and 3D virtual designs. Skilled in PC based tools, including word processing, spreadsheet and presentation applications. Investigation and search skills - Example: Benchmarking, internet search techniques. Good verbal and written communication skills. The employee must be able to access, enter, and retrieve data using a computer. This is primarily a sedentary position in a controlled office environment which requires only occasional reaching, stooping, and lifting of office files, reports or records, typically weighing 5 lbs. or less. Requires occasional light lifting (5-25 lbs.) and on rare occasions, heavy lifting (60 lbs.). Must be able on rare occasions to bend, crawl, climb, crouch, kneel and reach above shoulder level in the performance of job duties.

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