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About Michelin

Michelin recruits

114,070

employees in the world

20

different professions

171

locations globally

Our Presentation
Road mobility is fundamental to human development, but its growth poses enormous challenges. Today, there are more than one billion motor vehicles on the road worldwide, a number that could rise to over 1.5 billion in 2020. More than 60% of the world's oil output is used in transportation. Around the world, fuel efficiency and emissions standards are being tightened in response to the growing scarcity of fossil fuels, climate change and the need to protect the environment, especially in urban areas. To meet this challenge, the industry is undergoing a profound shift towards cleaner, more connected road mobility that makes more efficient use of energy and raw materials.
Michelin Career Mobility
Developing new solutions for better mobility for people is exciting. Working in a multi-cultural environment, with people from different worlds, in many fields of activity opens new perspectives. As a result, there are varied and unique career paths at Michelin.
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Michelin Man Story
The story begins in 1889 with founders André and Edouard Michelin. In 1894, during an international fair, the brothers had the idea to create the Michelin man. For more than 120 years, Bibendum has embodied the brand, its values, its commitments, and its missions.
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A Day In the Life of a Michelin Intern - Co Op

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employees in 171 countries

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Michelin in the US

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20,011

Employees in the US & Canada

19

Plants in 2 Countries

Michelin in the US

Their testimonials inspire us

Felicia

Plant Manager

A little about me
Felicia , Plant Manager
Sanders Closer Up II

I have been the plant manager in Dothan for 16 months. I worked at a Michelin facility in Greenville, S.C. for two and a half years, and prior to that in the Chemical and Pulp/Paper Industries for nearly 20 years.

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<B>What do you love about working at Michelin?</B>

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I love the people. Working in manufacturing forges bonds that can be lifelong. Work can be difficult without those bonds and without the feeling of being supported. I am supported and have a network of great friends, mentors and mentees.

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<B>What would you say to a friend who was thinking about working here?</B>

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I would encourage anyone who wants to work here to come with their past experiences in hand and be ready to contribute. Be open to new ideas and understand that getting results is what keeps businesses in operation. Be results-oriented and empower your team to make timely decisions that are rooted in excellence.   

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Brittany

Product Design & Industrialization Engineer

I am responsible for launching new tire lines.
Brittany , Product Design & Industrialization Engineer
Brittany Barnes

I work at Michelin as a PDIE (Produce Design & Industrialization Engineer). I am a member of the design team responsible for launching new Michelin tire lines.  I design the internal geometry of the tires and determine the proper specifications the manufacturing plant needs to produce the tires.   

Brittany Barnes

Ryan

Distribution Manager

I drive change.
Ryan , Distribution Manager
Ryan Hight

I manage the Supply Chain and Logistics Services team for North America. I am responsible for a team of people who work alongside customers to solve their pain points and implement services to support their business. 

Ryan Hight

Carolina

New Product Planner

I’ve enjoyed every job I’ve had but this one has been the most satisfying.
Carolina , New Product Planner
Carolina Cropped

I plan new product launches while making sure that the old product phases out accordingly.  Once the project reaches a specific milestone, I start planning what we need in order to launch a new tire line on time (design releases, molds, test builds, etc.) and estimate when we should have inventory at our selling location.  As you can tell, this is a very cross functional position – coordination needs to happen with RDI, industry, technical, supply chain, logistics, customer service, marketing and sales.  I’ve enjoyed every job I’ve had but this one has been the most satisfying since I’ve seen what needs to happen to get a product to market and being part of an actual commercial launch has been VERY exciting.

Carolina Cropped
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Felicia

Plant Manager

Brittany Barnes

Brittany

Product Design & Industrialization Engineer

Ryan Hight

Ryan

Distribution Manager

Carolina Lozano

Carolina

New Product Planner

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Awards and Recognitions

#2 in the top 100 most diverse and inclusive organizations globally from Thomson Reuters|#7 Forbes Best Employers for New College Grads in 2018 |#10 Forbes America’s Best Large employer in 2019
#13 Minority Engineer Magazine Top 50 List in 2019| Ranked in the Top 50 Companies for Women to work for in Transportation (named by WIT) in 2018| Certified as a Great Workplace by Great Place to work® 

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