No, this is not one of those ordinary jobs.
Colleges and universities are a great place to meet talented candidates seeking opportunities to grow their careers as well as their communities. We recruit graduates in technical degree programs to support our "hire-to-develop" strategy. But we also seek out candidates from other disciplines such as finance, human resources, business and marketing.
Read below function & role descriptions to explore the variety of disciplines at Cummins, or learn more about our Experienced Jobs at Cummins.
You'll support all OEM-specific engineering activities and ensure that the program meets quality, cost and delivery targets.
You'll focus on dynamic closed-loop control design and implementation for electromechanical systems.
You'll have an opportunity to lead a team through product tailoring to create and revise components, options, and ratings/calibrations per customer requests.
You'll use Pro-Engineer as an engineering tool in the layout, modeling and analysis of generators, engines, engine subsystems, engine components and assemblies.
Electronics Hardware Engineer
You'll develop and implement requirements, analyze digital and analog circuits, and determine/manage validation plans for electronic control modules, interface panels, sensors, actuators and harnesses.
Embedded Controls Development Engineer
You'll develop control system architecture, develop embedded software, calibrate and apply software to electromechanical systems, and test product performance and functionality.
You'll improve productivity/throughput/safety by utilizing Industrial Engineering techniques (ergonomic evaluations, time studies, delay studies, predetermined time, simulation and line balancing).
You'll develop and implement process-based designs and electrical and computer systems in support of lean manufacturing systems.
Mechanical Development Engineer
You'll lead or participate in engine and component testing, such as bench and rig tests, hardware testing and comparative analysis.
You'll utilize strong analytical ability, especially in physics, dynamics and thermodynamics, to model engines or engine subsystems.
PC Software Development Engineer
You'll develop software system architecture, PC-based and handheld application software, and test application operational functionality.
Performance Development Engineer
You'll develop Cummins engines to meet emissions legislation, while providing the customer with best-in-class performance, fuel economy, drivability and power.
Power Systems Engineer
You'll develop and implement electrical systems for low- and high-voltage power distribution systems.
You'll work as technical liaison between the Cummins field service organization and the Engineering department.
Supplier Quality Engineer
You'll develop/lead proactive quality improvement plans (supply base) that will support our customer needs.
You'll provide financial and business analysis support, as well as prepare journal entries for month-end close.
You'll conduct monthly reconciliations of balance-sheet accounts and maintain internal control documentation (Sarbanes-Oxley), along with process improvement efforts (Six Sigma).
You'll provide day-to-day and strategic coaching/counseling to employees in the areas like organizational assessment, compensation and benefits, conflict resolution, and more.
IT Business Analyst
You'll prepare cost-benefit and return-on-investment analyses to aid in decisions on system implementation.
Marketing and Sales/Marketing Communications
We have various positions available across our Marketing and Sales organization. These areas may include Marketing Strategy and Research, Marketing Communication, Channel Development and Management, Field Sales, Product Planning and more.
You'll review and potentially optimize suppliers based on price, quality, selection, service, support, availability and other relevant factors.
You can learn more about our careers at Cummins by visiting our Experienced Career Paths at Cummins.