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22 days ago

Controls Engineer

Ford Motor Company Sterling Heights, MI

At Ford Motor Company, we are dedicated to designing, manufacturing and selling high quality vehicles that meet the diverse needs of our customers… Ford Motor Company

30+ days ago

MFG Engineering – Maintenance ( Electrical)

Ford Motor Company Sterling Heights, MI

· Work closely with the Master Electrician to keep electrical system and work safe. · Gather and keep current all available electrical drawings… Ford Motor Company

22 days ago

Durability Test Driver (Supplemental/Temporary)

Ford Romeo, MI

include but are not limited to: • Conduct vehicle durability and mileage accumulation tests following prescribed procedures in specific proving… Ford

30+ days ago

Engineering Work-Study: Local Product Development Work-Study Student

Ford Motor Company Dearborn, MI

Product Development (PD) engineers are responsible for delivering exciting world class products that meet the Ford global standard in cost, quality… Ford Motor Company

30+ days ago

Computation Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Engineer

Ford Motor Company Dearborn, MI

· Four or more years of experience creating models for air induction system using Beta Systems ANSA. · Four or… Ford Motor Company

30+ days ago

Engineer, Exhaust Systems Design and Release

Ford Motor Company Dearborn, MI

• Sign-off of the performance of components and systems relative to technical objectives; DVP&R, quality, weight, function, cost, timing and U.S. and… Ford Motor Company

19 days ago

Engineer, Instrument Cluster Design and Release

Ford Motor Company Dearborn, MI

• Hold weekly PAT and TDRs as necessary and coordinate with program HMI development team.Minimum Requirements: • Bachelor of… Ford Motor Company

4 days ago

EA2.0 Business Analyst

Ford Motor Company Dearborn, MI

The Enterprise Architecture team is undertaking a significant, global reengineering effort to drive measurable improvements to our capabilities in… Ford Motor Company

30+ days ago

Vision Implementation Manufacturing Engineering Specialist

Ford Motor Company Dearborn, MI

Position Duties: • Lead vision related launch implementation activities on a given program/programs • With integrator, lead equipment tuning… Ford Motor Company

10 days ago

Entry Level Powertrain Calibration Engineer

Ford Motor Company Dearborn, MI

• Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering or Mechanical Engineering with 3.0 or greater GPA • Zero to Three years of experience in… Ford Motor Company

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    Great benefits and pay but not as easy as you think.

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    Current Employee - Technician in Sterling Heights, MI
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    Great pay and benefits. We build some of the best and most advanced front wheel drive transmissions in the world. You work with a variety of technology including, Stamping presses, automated milling machinery, assembly equipment and modernized assembly lines. Almost all of the plant is climate controlled and has air quality levels above those in many production facilities.
    Ford provides great health and dental benefits as well as educational benefits for college and self improvement purposes. Use them to keep your mind sharp and life interesting.


    Little room to climb in the company. Long hours due to a variety of modern scheduling programs. Every department has different scheduling systems which do not coincide. Creates animosity, absenteeism, and competition to get in to specific departments. Very little overtime due to scheduling. Due to Tier Two systems and plant closures high seniority from other locations have come, some paid, to this plant, forcing the majority of original Van Dyke employees to undesired shifts. Unless you have 20 years plus, you won't get to pick your shift. Under 15 years and you'll more than likely be stuck on afternoon shift until you retire. Due to UAW wording in contract you won't be able to transfer to other plants unless their is a permanent layoff or your plant becomes designated a Tier Two facility.

    Advice to Management

    Better communication and find a scheduling structure that works.

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