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thyssenkrupp AG (TK) is a leading global diversified technology and materials group based in Essen, Germany. It has 160,000 employees in nearly 80 countries working with passion and expertise to develop technologies, products and services for sustainable progress. Their skills and commitment are the basis for our success. In fiscal year 2013/2014, the Group generated sales of €41 billion (approximately $51.7 billion).

Globally, the company comprises seven business areas (BA): Steel Europe, Steel Americas, Materials Services, Elevator Technologies, Components Technologies, Plant Technologies and Marine Systems, which serve clients across the automotive, aerospace, industrial and chemical sectors.

In North America, thyssenkrupp companies offer a range of products and services, including: high-performance alloys, automotive components, elevators, escalators and moving walks, material trading, handling and logistics, plant construction and industrial services. In fiscal year 2013/2014, thyssenkrupp companies in North America employed approximately 20,500 people and generated sales of €9 billion (approximately $11.4 billion) in Canada, the United States and Mexico.

In 2011, thyssenkrupp adopted a regional organizational structure to streamline decision-making and take advantage of synergies as well as accelerate new product and service development in the region. As a result, the Group established a new North American headquarters, thyssenkrupp North America, Inc. (TKNA), based in Chicago, Illinois. TKNA provides integrated strategic direction and services for all thyssenkrupp companies in Canada, the United States and Mexico and helps identify new markets and opportunities for growth in the region.

Intern/Co-Op
thyssenkrupp Bilstein of America Inc,
Location Hamilton

The Bilstein of America Internship/Co-Op Program provides mentoring and learning opportunities to help develop skills, network, and learn about what it’s like to work in the automotive industry.  Interns and co-ops work alongside employees and managers on real projects that have measurable effects for the company.  Internships are short-term opportunities, usually one semester or season in length, while co-ops typically require a longer time commitment for more than one period, usually during the fall or spring semesters.

Job Description

Specific Job Duties

  • Leads assigned project(s) that address a challenge to the organization.
  • Expands knowledge of the challenge within the industry so internal solution is complete; analyze ways other companies have solved a similar organizational problem.
  • Gains support of necessary stakeholders to solidify project’s success.
  • Tests reliability and validity of research.
  • Leads communication of project across all channels of the organization.
  • Implements ideas and solutions.
  • Manages roll-out of findings.
  • Develops sound processes that can be utilized once project is complete.
  • Contributes to team’s initiatives and build strong relationships.
  • Other responsibilities as assigned by manager.

 Required Qualifications:

  • Enrolled in a full-time undergraduate or graduate degree program.
  • Sophomore status or above.
  • Major that supports functional area where internship/co-op exists.
  • Strong academic credentials – minimum 3.0 GPA overall.
  • Committed to learning and personal development.
  • Demonstrated strong initiative and drive.
  • Ability to solve complex problems and think creatively.
  • Possesses and displays strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Proven ability to work independently or as part of a team.
About thyssenkrupp
At thyssenkrupp we have more than 156,000 employees in nearly 80 countries and annual sales of €39 billion. We are active in automotive engineering, logistics, plant technology, steel production, elevator manufacturing and much more. We work in large and small businesses all around the world – but we always work together. We have over 200 years of experience in industry and the latest cutting-edge technology. We have a position that‘s right for you, that piques your interest, and that puts your skills to the test.

The Bilstein of America Internship/Co-Op Program provides mentoring and learning opportunities to help develop skills, network, and learn about what it’s like to work in the automotive industry.  Interns and co-ops work alongside employees and managers on real projects that have measurable effects for the company.  Internships are short-term opportunities, usually one semester or season in length, while co-ops typically require a longer time commitment for more than one period, usually during the fall or spring semesters.

Job Description
Specific Job Duties
  • Leads assigned project(s) that address a challenge to the organization.
  • Expands knowledge of the challenge within the industry so internal solution is complete; analyze ways other companies have solved a similar organizational problem.
  • Gains support of necessary stakeholders to solidify project’s success.
  • Tests reliability and validity of research.
  • Leads communication of project across all channels of the organization.
  • Implements ideas and solutions.
  • Manages roll-out of findings.
  • Develops sound processes that can be utilized once project is complete.
  • Contributes to team’s initiatives and build strong relationships.
  • Other responsibilities as assigned by manager.

 Required Qualifications:

  • Enrolled in a full-time undergraduate or graduate degree program.
  • Sophomore status or above.
  • Major that supports functional area where internship/co-op exists.
  • Strong academic credentials – minimum 3.0 GPA overall.
  • Committed to learning and personal development.
  • Demonstrated strong initiative and drive.
  • Ability to solve complex problems and think creatively.
  • Possesses and displays strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Proven ability to work independently or as part of a team.