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Employment Type:
Intern/Co-op
Posted:
2/20/2019
Job Category:
Marketing
IAM Jr Product Manager TPMS & Motors INTERN
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CONTINENTAL CORPORATION | Allentown, PA
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IAM Jr Product Manager TPMS & Motors INTERN

Description

The IAM Jr. Product ManagerTPMS & Electric Motors Intern's primary responsibility is to support the activities of the product management team. Learning competitive brand analysis, cross references, product packaging dimensional audits, monthly competitive brand price shops, product database audits for description and marketing information accuracy.

* Sample product and test fixture coordination
* Social media page maintenance,
* The primary focus will be on the Tire Pressure Monitoring Sensors and Electric Motors product lines.
* Knowledge and curiosity about Automotive electrical systems, products & technical knowhow a plus.

Core Competencies:

* Ability to work effectively on a team
* Ability to take initiative and innovate
* Strong communication skills
* Strong skills with Microsoft office Excel and Word

This position does not allow for relocation or visa sponsorship.

Qualifications

Basic Qualifications:

* Must be enrolled in an accredited degree program (2 or 4 year degree) pursuing an Associate's or Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Finance, Management, Marketing, Communications, Economics, or related major
* Minimum GPA: 2.8
* Ability to read, write, and speak English

Preferred Qualifications:

* Automotive experience

EEO Statement

EEO / AA / Disabled / Protected Veteran Employer. Continental offers equal employment opportunities to all qualified individuals, without regard to unlawful consideration to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other status protected by applicable law. In addition, as a federal contractor, Continental complies with government regulations, including affirmative action responsibilities, where they apply. To be considered, you must apply for a specific position for which Continental has a current posted job opening. Qualifying applications will be considered only for the specific opening(s) to which you apply. If you would like to be considered for additional or future job openings, we encourage you to reapply for other opportunities as they become available. Further, Continental provides reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with a disability. If you need assistance in the application process, please reply to North.America.Recruiting@continental-corporation.com or contact US Recruiting at 248.209.4000.

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The Interior division specializes in information management. It develops and produces information, communication and network solutions for cars and commercial vehicles. This enables and optimizes the control of the complex flow of information between the driver, passengers and the vehicle as well as mobile devices, other vehicles and the outside world. To achieve this, the division is involved in cross-sector collaborations with leading companies.

About CONTINENTAL CORPORATION

1905 Continental produces riveted anti-skid tires, a forerunner of steel-studded tires. 1907 The first edition of Continental's Road Atlas for motorists and motorcyclists is published. 1908 Continental invents the detachable rim for saloon cars - a remarkable innovation to help save time and effort when changing a tire. 1909 Specimens of synthetic rubber developed at the Bayer laboratories are successfully vulcanized at Continental and processed to make the first test tires. Louis Blériot, the pioneer aviator, makes his historic Channel flight. The fuselage and wings of his plane are covered with Continental's Aeroplan material. 1912 Construction of an administration building designed by architect Peter Behrens begins in Vahrenwalder Street. In 1986, this building is bought by the Hanover City Council to house a new technology center.