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4 days ago

Senior Project Marketing Manager

Navistar Lisle, IL

The Senior Manager, Integrated Marketing will be responsible for:Developing comprehensive marketing strategies and tactics that address business… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Senior Software Engineer Lead

Navistar Lisle, IL

Navistar International Corporation is a leading North American truck manufacturer with great products, strong market positions and best-in-class… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Product Development Engineer Team Lead

Navistar Lisle, IL

Navistar, Inc. is seeking a Product Development Engineer Team Lead in Lisle, IL and Melrose Park, IL with the following requirements: Master's degree… Glassdoor


12 days ago

Product Development Engineer, Sr Team Lead

Navistar Lisle, IL

Navistar, Inc. is seeking a Product Development Engineer Senior Team Lead in Lisle, IL & Melrose Park, IL with the following requirements: Master's… Glassdoor


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    This place made me hate/dread going in every day.

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    Former Employee - Senior Product Development Engineer  in  Melrose Park, IL
    Former Employee - Senior Product Development Engineer in Melrose Park, IL

    I worked at Navistar full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    If you are into living in Chicago and happen to be an Engineer, there aren't that many options. The new complex is a good 2 hour drive now if you want to live in the city. The suburbs are really dull. When I started they had ridiculous benefits, but they were soon withdrawn in about 5 years.

    Cons

    Reading these reviews is really laughable because I've noticed on linked-in that with all the firings and layoffs, the people really responsible for all this companies public mistakes(losing FORD, 2010 V-8 platform, 2007 V-6), have all been promoted into senior management. It really is an old boys network. No one here I think has even begun to explain how messed up this company is. They also have always paid far less than real automotive OEMS, despite the higher cost of living in Chicago vs Detroit.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Fire the entire management chain and bring in outsiders. What good is replacing your executive team if the people right below you care only about themselves and never have a single successful launch.

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