We have been recognized as one of the 2021 Best Places to Work in IT by IDG's Insider Pro and Computerworld. This award is based on an extensive team member survey and is awarded to companies that provide IT professionals challenging projects, great and superior benefits, flexible work/life options, training and career advancement opportunities. It’s a testament to the innovative work our global Digital Technology team does. Explore career opportunities at Oshkosh listed here on GlassDoor by clicking the link below.
Pride Month is about the celebration and recognition of the challenges and successes the LGBTQ+ community faces. We believe in a culture where team members can bring their whole self to work and feel safe and valued. Juan Arreaza, Associate General Counsel for Oshkosh Defense shares how Oshkosh supports him in this every day.
Diversity helps us reach our full potential when we work together across geographies, platforms, business units and functions. Qian (Nathan) Cao, Principal Data Scientist, shares why he joined the Oshkosh Corporation family and what it means to have a diverse team where the contributions of all individuals are valued.
June is Pride Month, which honors and celebrates the successes and challenges the LGBTQ+ community faces. At Oshkosh Corporation, we know that we are better together, and that means creating an inclusive workplace for all. Noel Reeson, an Oshkosh Defense team member, who is also a veteran of the Army and Navy, shares what an inclusive workplace means to her.
Our engineering team recently supported the 2021 Baja SAE competition in Louisville, Kentucky. Undergraduate and graduate engineering students designed, built and tested the performance of off-road vehicles and competed with teams from around the world. We build some of the industry's toughest specialty vehicles and are proud to support future generations of STEM talent so businesses like ours can solve the toughest challenges.
We are focused on building a diverse, inclusive company and truly believe we are better together. In celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, Mai Krenzke, Program Manager, talks about our recent diversity and inclusion leadership event where team members around the global had a chance to share their culture, life experiences and what it means to work at Oshkosh Corporation.
It’s Mental Health Awareness Month and caring for the emotional wellbeing of our team members is important to us. In this video, Craig Woolley, Director of Simplification, speaks about one of the many ways we support emotional wellbeing at Oshkosh through leading meditation sessions for our team members.
Whether at work or home, we want our team members to thrive – physically, financially and emotionally. In celebration of Mental Health Awareness Month, Hannah, a member of our Global Branding and Communications team, shared with us the importance of talking about emotional wellbeing and bringing her whole self to work every day.
Our team members make a difference each day. Tamera Long, Sr. Director of Strategic Sourcing, was recently recognized as a 2021 STEP Ahead Honoree. This program recognizes people who have proven success and leadership across their industry and aims to reduce the gender gap in manufacturing. Tamera’s impact is felt throughout the organization as she improves processes, mentors and educates at all levels, uncovers cost savings and improves supplier relationships. Thank you for making a difference, Tamera! To read more, visit: bit.ly/2R3TegT.
Sustainability is about more than caring for the environment. For us, it means empowering our people, developing innovative products, building communities and operating sustainably. Highlighting this focus, we’ve recently launched our fiscal year 2020 Sustainability Report. Learn more about our commitment to caring for the future here: bit.ly/32BTjM3.