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At our manufacturing facilities throughout North America, you’ll find professionals in a number of roles and disciplines that share our dedication to maintaining our legacy of innovation and delivering an exciting driving experience for our customers.

Engineering

Engineers touch virtually everything we do at FCA. In Manufacturing, you’ll find engineers involved in every phase of our product development. Our Manufacturing Engineers represent many areas of expertise—from electrical to mechanical engineering, and programming to product testing. It’s a role very much in sync with our vision, and puts you in a unique position to drive its success.

Skilled Trades

FCA US LLC utilizes skilled trades to ensure our manufacturing facilities can produce world class vehicles and components. Our skilled trade classifications include Tool & Die Technicians, Electrical Technicians and Mechanical Technicians. We also hire for traditional classifications such as Jitney Repair, Boiler Repair and Energy Center Operations.

Our skilled trade positions require Journeyperson status in an apprenticeable trade, or appropriate licensing in non-apprenticeable classifications. We offer a U.S. Department of Labor approved apprenticeship program.

Working within our World Class Manufacturing organization, you’ll gain the skills you need to grow into other positions and paths within our company, including leadership roles.

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  • Q: How have you grown in your career?
    A: I have been with Chrysler 7 years, and my role and responsibilities have really grown, from working in an area within assembly where I took care of the machines, to being responsible for the whole assembly itself. There are a lot of things I’ve accomplished at Chrysler I couldn’t do anywhere else.
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  • Q: What makes you most proud of your work?