DENSO, a global leader in automotive technology, has immediate career opportunities available in our area.

A position with DENSO is much more than just a job. It's a career opportunity. They're a global company with a small-town feel. Having been in business since 1949, in these uncertain times, they offer stable opportunities for their employees.

In fact, DENSO offers you the best opportunity to drive your career into the future in Battle Creek and more.

Opportunities immediately available in our area include:

  • Production Manager
  • Lead Machine Manager
  • Technician/Maintenance
  • SHE Specialist
  • Sub Leader Maintenance
  • Occupational Health Nurse
  • Machine Technician
  • Maintenance Technician
  • Industrial Electrician

So if you're looking to jumpstart your career, DENSO is the place for you. DENSO works hard to create a working environment where ambitious individuals grow and teamwork drives success. Learn more on their careers page.

DENSO has a strong focus on individual growth development and advancement. At DENSO, they put people first. Their employees are encouraged to participate in decision-making at all levels, fostering a collaborative workspace for all.

That's why they offer a Leadership Development Program and a Human Resources Development Program, which will allow you to acquire knowledge and skills no matter where you are in your career.

From advanced safety systems for automated driving to hybrid and electric vehicle components, DENSO is crafting the core technologies of modern mobility. And DENSO is committed to its employees. They believe their future is shaped and driven by people. Click here to apply to join their team.

And as a truly global company, the possibilities for advancement are endless. At DENSO you'll have the opportunity to work on diverse projects spanning across their international network -- including more than 200 group companies and technical centers in 35 countries and regions.

Visit their careers page or check them out on Facebook to learn more.

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