💎Nestlé’s manufacturing excellence team is growing. The team supports Nestlé USA factories that produce bakery sweets brands including Toll House, Libby's and Carnation, and Nestlé Professional Brands which supply food service operations. Watch the video to the end to apply and begin your career there!
📼The manufacturing excellence team seeks someone passionate about driving world-class manufacturing through continuous improvement methodologies. Jennifer Watson and Taylar Marshall, Senior Managers, give you all the information you need to join their team.
📼Join the manufacturing excellence team if you are a go-getter, someone who takes the initiative to establish cross-functional teams to eliminate losses. This also means you should be highly collaborative with a variety of people and have a curious mindset about how things are manufactured. If you fill these requirements, don’t hesitate to apply!
📼The manufacturing excellence team unlocks career path opportunities throughout different functions, locations, and brands across Nestlé USA. Jenny Watson shares her own experience: her career has included roles in three different functions: manufacturing excellence, manufacturing, and operations strategy. She was based out of three different locations: Springville, Utah, Solon, Ohio, and Medford, Wisconsin across four different categories. The opportunities at Nestlé are truly endless!
Inside The Manufacturing Excellence Team
This team is driving continuous improvement and project management routines in the Toll House factory to contribute to the overall expected business results in the bakery and sweets category. It is a boots-on-the-ground team that tries to solve complex problems with a focus on people development and operator capability building. No day is the same in their team!
🧑💼 Are you interested in joining Nestlé USA? They have open positions! To learn more, click here.
Get to Know Jennifer Watson and Taylar Marshall
More About Nestlé USA
Nestlé USA has been nourishing a growing world for generations. No matter where you work within the Nestlé organization, you’ll discover new opportunities to grow while you help them inspire healthier lives, support local communities, do what’s right for the planet, and make an impact.
💎Become a Pixel engineer! Watch the video to the end to find out how to do it.
📼 Pixel’s new engineer? That could be you, as Pixel 6 becomes the new flagship of Google. Jana Ehmann, Staff Software Engineer, Ge Bian, Software Engineer, and Zhijun He, Principal Software Engineer at Google, share with you how they work at the company and why their team is one where you can thrive.
📼 Pixel seeks software engineers, technical program managers, test engineers, technical solutions consultants, and hardware and firmware engineers. In any of these positions, you will get to interact with many different teams and organizations, both within and outside of Google. The company partners with Android, Assistant, Fitbit, and countless others. They closely collaborate with many different hardware teams on developing new components for their devices.
📼 As a Pixel engineer you will use a broad range of programming languages, from C and C++, to Java and Python. Sometimes you will even handcraft the new assembly to optimize the critical pass for the best end-to-end performance. Pixel never limits itself to what they have and how they used to do things. They leverage their innovation and expertise to find the best tools and technologies for the missions.
Become A Pixel Engineer And Bring Your Perspective To The Table
Around the globe, each person working on Pixel’s team has a unique perspective, background, and expertise. They're distributed across the Americas, Asia, and Europe, but members come from all over the world. They speak multiple languages, they stem from different cultures, and they live in various environments, and this diversity enables them to truly understand and address the different needs and wants of their users across the spectrum.
🧑💼 Are you interested in joining Google? They have open positions! To learn more, click here.
Get to Know Jana Ehmann, Ge Bian, and Zhijun He
More About Google
Since its founding in 1998, Google has grown by leaps and bounds. Starting from two computer science students in a university dorm room, they now have thousands of employees and offices worldwide. These Googlers build products that help create opportunities for everyone, whether down the street or across the globe.
💎Want to put your ideas into practice but don’t know how? Watch the video to the end to find out how to transition from thinking to doing!
📼To put ideas into practice can be overwhelming, especially if you have a long to-do list. Play this video to get three top tips on how to organize yourself to achieve your goals. You'll hear from Theresa Aubinger, Strategic Territory Sales Representative at Autodesk, who shares what she learned in her career experience.
📼 Put ideas into practice hierarchically. Tip #1: Prioritize tasks. One of the greatest lessons you can learn is how to properly prioritize your goals. You should always prioritize your to-do list based on your primary job function within the company. Decide the order of your tasks accordingly.
📼Manage time to put ideas into practice Tip #2: Block your calendar. Your day’s activities should be driven by what’s on your calendar. Managing time is your responsibility. One way to ensure that you are dedicating time to key job functions is by blocking your calendar. For example, you can schedule prospecting for new opportunities. If you work in Sales, account planning is another thing that you can schedule on your calendar. Dedicate time to all your tasks!
Put Ideas Into Practice Successfully - Tip #3: Create An Accountability Plan
When it comes to accountability and planning, documentation is critical. It's the only way you’ll be able to track your priorities and track your and other people's action items. This is critical for being successful. By documenting, sharing, and then reviewing your plan, you're able to hold yourself and your team members accountable, and you can also use this to help your customers get things done.
📨 Are you interested in joining Autodesk? They have open positions! To learn more, click here.
Get to Know Theresa Aubinger
If you are interested in a career at Autodesk, you can connect with Theresa on LinkedIn. Don’t forget to mention this video!
More About Autodesk
From the greenest buildings to the cleanest cars, from the smartest factories to the biggest stories, amazing things are created every day with Autodesk. Over four decades they’ve worked together with their customers to transform how things are made, and in doing so, they’ve also transformed what can be made. Today their solutions span countless industries empowering innovators everywhere. But they’re restless to do more. They don’t believe in waiting for progress, they believe in making it.
💎 Compliance engineering team at Cummins is the place for you if you're looking to inspire the next generation, be an innovative problem-solver, and work with others to make a difference in the world. Watch the video to the end to find out what it’s like to work in the company!
📼Wondering if compliance engineering is the place for you? Ammaarah Ravat, Graduate Compliance Engineer at Cummins, shares what they look for in candidates and why engineering can be the area for you. The company has many open positions from entry-level right through to professional. Find your place and don’t miss the opportunity to join them!
📼 The compliance engineering team always looks for candidates with competencies such as problem-solving, putting thoughts into action, and communicating clearly with cross-functional teams. Typically, careers start in Cummins with a candidate’s placement year or summer placement. The natural progression is to go into a graduate position within Cummins, and this can, in turn, lead to a full-time position within the company. There are lots of opportunities for you to grow!
📼Every day within the compliance engineering area is different. They might typically start the day by talking with design engineers, following up with a call with corporate responsibility, and finally a discussion with the supply chain. It's a cross-functional team, and there's not one aspect of the business that they don't touch. There's a lot of cross-functional communication and collaboration across the entire organization and it is a global team that meets the needs of its customers.
A Diverse Compliance Engineering Team Is Looking For You
Diverse perspectives and backgrounds are truly embraced at Cummins. Within the compliance engineering team, they have more women than men, which is very uncommon in engineering. In this team, people also come from different religious backgrounds, cultures, and upbringings. Having such a range of diversity within the team always adds to the discussion. Diversity helps employees to be collaborative in the work that they produce. Be part of Cummins and contribute with your perspective!
🧑💼 Are you interested in joining Cummins? They have open positions! To learn more, click here.
Get to Know Ammaarah Ravat
Ammaarah is an experienced STEM Ambassador with a demonstrated history of working in the education management industry. If you are interested in a career at Cummins, you can connect with her on LinkedIn. Don’t forget to mention this video!
More About Cummins
Cummins Inc. is a global power leader with complementary business segments that design, manufacture, distribute and service a broad portfolio of power solutions. Their culture believes in powering people’s potential. They provide global opportunities to develop your career, make your community a better place, and work alongside today’s most innovative thinkers to solve the world’s most challenging problems. They believe in flexibility for you to explore your passions and make an impact through meaningful work within their diverse workforce.