At General Motors, a diverse workforce helps us design, build and sell vehicles that best meet the needs of unique customers around the globe. We’re proud of our company’s longstanding commitment to diversity, and we are excited about future opportunities.
Our Talent Acquisition teams support a wide range of universities and organizations looking for the best and the brightest diversity talent. My team – the GM National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) Talent Acquisition team – will be at the National Society of Black Engineer’s 40th Annual Convention (#NSBE40) from March 26-30 in Nashville at the Opryland Convention Center.
Will we be recruiting for jobs in Detroit? Yes, but that’s not all. As a global company, we have engineering and business units all across America. Did you know we have IT centers in Austin, Atlanta and Phoenix? Manufacturing and Assembly in Indiana, Ohio, and Texas? Regardless of where you’re based, come by and see us and we might have a fit for you.
The NSBE Career Fair will be hosted at the Opryland Convention Center as part of #NSBE40 on Thursday, March 27 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Registered convention participants will be exposed to hundreds of Fortune 500 companies offering full-time entry level and experienced opportunities.
GM will be located at booth #729 looking for candidates in the following degree areas:
- Electrical Engineers – BSEE, MSEE
- Mechanical Engineers – BSME, MSME
- Industrial Engineers – BSIE
- Computer Science and Engineering – BSCS, BSCE
- Information Systems – MIS
Come by to learn about opportunities in Vehicle Engineering, Powertrain, Global Purchasing and Supply Chain, Manufacturing Engineering and Assembly, and Information Systems. For more on NSBE’s 40th Annual Convention, visit the organization’s website.
Read from General Motors engineer Leah Miller to learn how NSBE helped her launch a career with GM. This could be your start too!
Leslie Kilgore is the communications lead for the GM NSBE Recruiting Team.