CNH Industrial is a multinational company that controls a portfolio of brands focused on agricultural machinery (Case IH, New Holland Agriculture and Steyr), construction equipment (Case and New Holland Construction)on commercial vehicles (Iveco, Iveco Astra, Iveco Bus, Heuliez Bus, Magirus, Iveco Defence Vehicles) and powertrains (FPT Industrial). The Company designs, manufactures and distributes its products around the world and engages in commercial and financial activities to support its operations.
Joining CNH Industrial means working in a dynamic and multicultural environment. Our global spread and wide variety of businesses and functions present an exciting opportunity for those who wish to establish and develop a rewarding professional career.
If you’re a student currently enrolled in an undergraduate program and are interested in testing your skills, we can offer you internship and project work opportunities oriented towards your academic studies. Internship experience with CNH Industrial may be the ideal way for you to embrace the challenges and opportunities of the workplace and give you the chance to gain work experience related to your field of study. Our goal is to ensure that as part of your experience, you get the right attention to help you become part of a great team. During your internship you will receive guidance and support from designated tutors and other colleagues and participate in structured projects that meet your study goals and interests.
If you are a recent college graduate, consider yourself a dynamic and determined person with a passion for the construction, agriculture or powertrain industries and would like to join us in embracing the challenge of excellence, CNH Industrial is an outstanding place to build your career. You will immediately embark on activities that will enable you to develop professionally within a multinational company.
CNH Industrial aims to be the global leader in next-generation industrial equipment and commercial vehicles. It is a pioneer of super-efficient machinery that enables other sectors of the global economy to operate to maximum potential. It does this by harnessing new technology, market-reach and an enterprise culture that outperforms its rivals.
“We value and build upon the collective power of our similarities and differences.”
Diversity is one of our key values. It has been part of our framework from the beginning, and it is guiding us as we shape our company for the future.
What does our commitment to diversity really mean? It means we are committed to creating a company culture in which all employees have a meaningful opportunity to participate and contribute, to have a sense of belonging, to be proud of their accomplishments and to have the opportunity for personal growth. And it also means we are committed to developing the programs, policies and procedures to make sure that happens.
As we look to the future, our company's success clearly depends on its ability to create an environment that not only attracts and retains the most qualified, diverse workforce but also capitalizes on each individual's unique perspective and background. It is this type of environment that will allow us to design, build and market the industry's most innovative and competitive products.
Barbara Caporali, Construction Equipment Sales Operations, Europe
“Be careful what you wish for ...”
There’s an old saying that goes: “Be careful what you wish for, because you might just get it.” That’s exactly what happened to me. In 2001, when I graduated with a degree in engineering, I wanted to join a big multinational company and gain work experience abroad. Fiat Group contacted me and offered me a place in a development program for recent graduates. My first assignment was with a commercial office in Munich, Germany. The industry got into my blood, so much so that when I returned to Italy in 2003 I joined CNH in Modena, working in sales of parts and services for the South African markets. It was an extraordinary school where you learn by doing, taking on responsibility from the very beginning.
In the International Region
In 2005, I moved from South African markets to the Marketing Department for the International Region, which includes Africa, the Middle East and Asia (from Russia to Australia). Working in this department enriched me enormously, because it allowed me to engage with very different scenarios and with people of all kinds in various positions. Emerging markets have extremely high potential, and they require enormous flexibility and great passion for what you do. I’ve learned to work with very different cultures and settings, knowing that I’m the one who has to take the first step. If you’re capable of transmitting energy, you can be sure you’ll get a lot more back in exchange.
A new challenge
By 2007, I was further and further away from Italy, becoming Business Manager South-East Asia, with headquarters in Singapore and Thailand. I’d left Germany in 2001 and by mid-2010 was in the Far East. Given that my first wish had come true, I made another one: to be given a new challenge in a different setting. And the challenge promptly arrived. Since October 2010, I have headed Sales Operations in Europe, a mature and structured market that is emerging from an unprecedented crisis. This is a completely new situation for me, where I am having to work to restore confidence and respond to the expectations of customers and dealers. Once again, I’m at the beginning of a path that is bound to be demanding but also just as exciting, and I’m sure that all the lessons I’ve learned over the years will serve me well.
Martin Cartwright, CNH Parts & Services North America - Marketing Services
Having grown up in an agricultural environment I’d always had a keen interest in agricultural machinery, and from an early age my ambition was to work for a major player in the industry. After graduating from University, I started my career with CNH (Ford New Holland) in January 1992 as part of the European Sales team. This job involved extensive travel around Europe promoting our products to prospective customers, and gave me my first experience of working in different cultural environments.
Following this, my next few roles were all in After Sales. Firstly in a support role for the UK market, and then into a global service training role. In the latter, I trained dealer service technicians as far afield as New Zealand and Japan, and it prepared me well for my next job as Area Service Manager for part of the Asia Pacific region. Responsible for coordinating all service activities in Japan, Korea, Taiwan and Thailand, I had the opportunity to share and help implement best practices in these markets. These ranged from basic service management training in Japan to customer service clinics in Thailand and Korea, which all helped in raising the overall service profile in this region.
In 1999, I was invited to join a core team of people tasked with developing and implementing a strategic project pertaining to customer satisfaction - ASIST. The main objective of the project was to leverage technology and provide a best in class technical support solution to our global dealer network. Along with other team members, this project enabled me to translate my global experiences into the solution requirements, ensuring the end product was a true global fit for our dealers. The project went on to win the prestigious Chairman’s Award in 2002.
Following this I had a brief stint back in the UK Market as Dealer Support Manager, responsible for Technical Service, Parts Technical and Order Management support to the UK Dealer network. My greatest challenge in this role was consolidating the 2 different support centres that we had at the time, to generate efficiencies and provide cross branded support. After successfully accomplishing this, my career changed direction, moving from After Sales into Dealer e-Business.
Initially I managed the European operation, facilitating the successful launch of several key business applications such as Dealer Portal and SAP Parts, before being given the opportunity in 2007 to move to the United States to manage the Global Dealer e-Business team. This was a time in my life of major change, as not only was I about to move my family to another continent, but my first son had just been born.
I am still currently living in the US, but have moved back into the Parts & Service team, responsible for Marketing Services (parts catalog and parts technical support) for this region.
I have thoroughly enjoyed my career with CNH and have seen and experienced many changes and challenges on the way. I have worked in several different business environments and experienced different cultures, all of which have contributed to my personal development. CNH truly is a global company with opportunities you would not get from the average company, and I am proud to have been a part of this company that has gone from strength to strength. For people that have the drive and desire to succeed, and are looking for a company that can give you global opportunity, CNH is the company for you!
Mirco Romagnoli, Vice President, Case IH Latin America
Great challenges and opportunities
I have been with CNH for almost 21 years now.
Just after being hired at the company, I was 23 at that time, I was given responsibility for parts sales in the Scandinavian markets, based in Modena.
This was followed by several years of great challenges and opportunities: Responsible for Parts Sales for all European importers; Parts Sales Manager for the Far East and the Middle East; Responsible for the Marketing of Additional Products; Parts Sales Manager for Latin America (excluding Brazil); Responsible of After Sales (Parts and Service) for the Southern Cone Markets; and After Sales Director for all of Latin America. In 2001, I changed the direction of my career slightly, becoming Senior Director of Marketing for Latin America. During this period of more than two years, my team and I achieved something which at that time was unparalleled in our company: defining a clear and tangible Brand strategy for both the New Holland and Case IH brands. The flawless execution of the marketing plans, devised from the two strategies, completed this exceptional and successful experience.
In 2004, I was appointed Vice President of European Marketing, moving from Brazil to our European headquarters in Basildon (UK). During the two years that I was in charge, we completely changed the organization to reflect the existence of various marketing variables by creating differential offerings for different types of customer segments and customers profiles. Translating theoretical concepts into real activities was the "fun" part of it.
I then had the chance to become a Responsible for Global Marketing of the New Holland brand based on the work I had done rebuilding the brand on a global level in my two previous positions.
From April 2006 until April 2011, I was responsible for the Iberian markets -- a big challenge that required combining strategic thinking with activities in the field, such as the management of staff operating within the territory. Today, I am Vice President of the Latin American market for the Case IH brand. Given the dimensions and global importance of this market, it's a very exciting challenge.
I joined CNH 20 years ago as an intern mostly because I was interested in building international knowledge and a career.
So far, I cannot complain!
I really cannot think of anything different that I would have liked to have accomplished in my professional life than what I was able to achieve with CNH. I really believe that there are few companies around the world who can offer the same International environment that CNH does for someone who is willing to relinquish some aspects of his or her personal life but receive a lot more in return. There is not a market that CNH does not cover nor one in which it has no presence.
If this is your idea of the future, this is the right place. Besides, in our industry, CNH is one of the only truly international companies in which all cultures are represented, due to our successful stories of mergers and acquisitions, both at the field level, management level and senior management level. It’s not uncommon to participate in meeting where five or six nationalities are represented. This is an asset to personal development. And the new challenges arising from being part of Fiat Industrial are also exciting, making CNH the perfect soil for professional growth combined with the excitement of widening your cultural horizons.
In the end, my family is a great picture of this story. I’ve got an Italian wife and two children, one born in Argentina the other born in Brazil. So far they speak three languages. How exceptional?
So, at the end of my story.. I just can only add:
70% Match on 401(k) Contributions
We are proud to offer one of the industry’s leading 401(k) matches - 70% on the first 10% you contribute. The plan allows you to save money on a pre-tax basis and direct these funds to a wide range of investment options. To help you plan for your future, we also offer on-site educational workshops and a variety of online planning tools.
5% Fixed 401(k) Annual Contribution
In addition to the company matching funds, each year, CNH contributes an amount equal to 5% of your eligible pay to your 401(k) account.
Comprehensive Medical, Dental, and Vision Coverage
We provide comprehensive, affordable medical coverage through a network of physicians, hospitals and other providers. You and your family also have the option to participate in dental and vision care programs.
Paid Time Off
CNH provides you with paid time off for vacation, holidays, bereavement and jury duty. We typically provide at least 11 paid holidays a year, including a fully paid holiday break between Christmas and New Year’s.
Life, Accident, and Disability Insurance
We offer a plan that provides basic term life insurance equal to two times your annual salary. You'll have the option to purchase more coverage at group rates. If you are ever unable to work because of an injury or illness, you'll continue to receive your salary for up to six months. If you are totally disabled beyond 6 months, you may be eligible to receive 60% of your pre-disability monthly base salary.
Employee Assistance Program
We offer a no-cost, confidential counseling service to employees and dependents.
Completing or furthering your education is an important personal goal for many people. CNH pays 100% of tuition costs for approved courses, up to an annual maximum of $7,500.
Vehicle Purchase Program
Through special arrangements with Chrysler Group LLC, you are eligible to purchase Chrysler vehicles at a discounted rate.
Employee Purchase Program
You can purchase or lease select Case, Case IH, and New Holland products, accessories, and attachments at a discounted price. These products include current model tractors, hay and forage equipment, skid-steer loaders and consumer products, such as commercial mowers, yard tractors, and attachments.
Additional Purchase Programs
Through various CNH business partners, additional discount plans are available on equipment and services, such as Verizon, Hewlett Packard, AT&T, Dell, and Microsoft.
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Some of the challenges are that the technicians in the field do not always take advantage of the training, and rely on company personnel to fix their issues instead of being self sufficient. There are not enough people sometimes to keep up with the volume that seems to do nothing but increase.Advice to ManagementAdvice
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CNH Industrial is a multinational company that controls a portfolio of brands focused on agricultural machinery (Case IH, New Holland Agriculture and Steyr), construction equipment (Case Construction and New Holland Construction), commercial vehicles (Iveco, Iveco Astra, Iveco Bus, Heuliez Bus, Magirus, Iveco Defence Vehicles) and powertrains (FPT Industrial).
Mission: CNH Industrial's mission is to maximize the success of its customers by supplying innovative products and services worldwide. As a publicly traded company, CNH...