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Isuzu is the global leader in commercial vehicles and diesel engines. We consistently focus on "creation without compromise" in the process of building and maintaining a world class organization. By expanding our operations across the globe, Isuzu products benefit people in over 100 countries. To ensure the most advanced performance and superb service, we are moving forward in product development, quality, manufacturing systems and customer support, which will become the new global standards of excellence. We hold an uncompromising commitment to improvement for better products and a better partnership with the world.

These Isuzu companies are proud to offer comprehensive salary and benefit packages to their employees.

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Isuzu Commercial Truck of America, Inc.

Atlanta, GA - Manager, Fleet Development

Please send resume and salary requirements (referencing the Requisition Number) to:

Isuzu Commercial Truck of America, Inc.

ATTN: Human Resources

Req. Number: RIC-1-19

1400 S. Douglass Road, Suite 100
Anaheim, CA 92806

Email: careers@isza.com

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Manager, Fleet Development

Provides support to Isuzu Commercial Truck dealer technicians for assistance with troubleshooting, failure analysis, and repair of Isuzu commercial trucks. Updates and maintains information in the technical database and provides documentation of product issues and dealer diagnostic process. Database is used for product concern reporting and as a knowledge base to assist with the resolution of future Isuzu commercial truck issues. Continuously reviews and provides feedback on all technical service literature used for dealer service operation, including, but not limited to, service manuals, electrical schematics, and service bulletins. Works directly with Isuzu engineering and Brand Quality Manager to identify and resolve product issues. Provides technical support to ICTA field organization, customer assistance, training department, and quality assurance team. Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned. Responsible for the coordination of emission and safety certification process and interaction with government, lawyers, and consultants. Provides analysis and reports regarding various vehicle compliance related issues and attends vehicle compliance related meetings and tests. Responsible for the coordination of emission and safety certification process and interaction with government, lawyers, and consultants. Provides analysis and reports regarding various vehicle compliance related issues and attends vehicle compliance related meetings and tests. Develops government or association related draft documents regarding emission, safety, or enforcement. Coordinates with lawyers and consultants as necessary. Provides analysis and reports to the appropriate departments, including Isuzu Japan, regarding any new or proposed legislation which would affect Isuzu and/or other vehicle manufacturers. Attends meetings or tests of various local, state, and federal regulatory agencies and/or automotive related associations such as the EPA, NHTSA, CARB, AIAM, EMA, or TMA.Establishes relationships with major national and regional fleet accounts to assure sales by one or more dealers. Prospects directly by telephone, mailings, and personal visits to promote Isuzu products in order to develop key management relationships within the prospective fleets. Analyzes customer needs and implements Isuzu programs, expedites CE/SPA and fleet contact reports. Informs customer on key product improvements or enhancements. Prepares reports and communications to Fleet Operations and National Office. Communicates fleet accounts activities and identifies potential sales opportunities. Assists selling dealers with placement of orders and follows-up on delivery. Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.

Bachelors degree in Business Administration or related discipline, or equivalent directly related work experience. Minimum five years related fleet sales management experience with an automotive or commercial manufacturer. Understanding of national fleet business operations. Proficient PC skills in Windows applications. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Proven sales and presentation ability. The employee must be able to access, enter, and retrieve data using a computer. Position requires occasional reaching, stooping, and lifting of files, equipment, reports or records, typically weighing 5 lbs. or less. Extensive travel is necessary for the performance of job duties.

New York, NY - District Sales Manager

Please send resume and salary requirements (referencing the Requisition Number) to:

Isuzu Commercial Truck of America, Inc.

ATTN: Human Resources

Req. Number: RIC-6-19

1400 S. Douglass Road, Suite 100
Anaheim, CA 92806

Email: careers@isza.com

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District Sales Manager

Assists dealership personnel in making sales calls on current and prospective customers. Analyzes dealer operations including sales, inventory, marketing, sales prospecting, market penetration, personnel, facilities, and capitalization. Develops specific Dealer Business Plan action plans based on operations analysis, for the attainment of sales and other business objectives. Assists dealer and dealership personnel with RA/FA requests, vehicle ordering, conducting product and sales training, implementing corporate and regional support programs and adherence to Isuzu policy and procedures. Assists regional management in the selection of new dealer points. Assists in the completion of market representation assignments. Adheres to reporting and control requirements to ensure efficient and informative communication with regional management. Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.

Bachelors degree in Business Administration or related discipline, or equivalent directly related work experience. Minimum three years similar level and related automotive wholesale experience. Basic knowledge and understanding of commercial truck dealership operations, sales, marketing, sales prospecting, advertising, vehicle allocation/inventory control, sales training, and business management. Proficient PC skills in Windows applications. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Strong sales motivation and technique. Analytical and organizational skills. Must maintain acceptable driving record. The employee must be able to access, enter, and retrieve data using a computer. Position requires occasional reaching, stooping, and lifting of files, equipment, reports or records, typically weighing 5 lbs. or less. Requires safely operating a motor vehicle in the completion of job responsibilities, loading and unloading work files from the vehicle, etc. Requires extensive travel including driving, typically 50 – 75% time, and overnight stays.

Isuzu North America Corporation

Buena Park, CA - Manager, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Business Systems

Please send resume and salary requirements (referencing the Requisition Number) to:

Isuzu North America Corporation

ATTN: Human Resources

Req. Number: RIN-5-19

1400 S. Douglass Road, Suite 100
Anaheim, CA 92806

Email: careers@isza.com

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Manager, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Business Systems

Manages requests received from Isuzu's users and other business partners either as planned/approved or as ad-hoc hardware, software, services, maintenance, etc. Reviews and evaluates requests and ensures availability of applicable budget. Provides approval or denial on a timely basis and oversees fulfillment/deployment of requested products and services through the IT service provider. Manages the processing of all IT-related invoices from service providers. Ensures each invoice is supported by approved services agreement or statement of work for contracted products and services for approved amounts on purchase orders. Manages Desktop Services and Service Desk areas to ensure that services provided meet established service level agreements and within the approved budget on a regular basis. Addresses service issues and concerns with provider's management staff. Manages the fiscal year MIS budget and expenses to ensure compliance with approved budget. Reviews the budget/expense performance for MIS on a monthly/regular basis, identifies and makes corrections to errors in expense postings on reports and initiates corrective actions to address any budget/expense related conditions that may cause potential over-runs in certain areas of MIS budget. Creates, reviews, and updates the Master Service Agreement, statement of work and other services agreement documents for infrastructure-related services and projects. Assists in the development and implementation of business continuity and disaster recovery plans. Interacts and negotiates with vendors, outsourcers, and contractors to secure system-related products and services. Manages and enforces the service provider's service level compliance on all infrastructure and operations related services. Ensures service provider's compliance with software licenses and hardware assets are maintained accurately on a consistent basis. Drafts, reviews/edits and approves announcements/communications to be posted on various portals, such as ICS, PT Warranty Portal, ISUZUNA Portal, etc. and sends via email to inform the applicable Isuzu associates and business partners of scheduled or unscheduled IT-related outages for such items as maintenance and software/system updates/upgrades through the service provider's Service Desk management and staff. Manages the processing of purchase orders (PO's) requested through IT's service provider(s); preparation and submission of budget requisition requests; coordination with MIS/IT department management staff to ensure requests and PO's contain all of the requisite, approved, statement of work)/service agreement documents before processing and issuing the PO's in a timely manner. Manages the administration of all IT related contracts in the contracts database through Isuzu's IT service provider. Ensures all contracts for professional services, hardware, and software licenses, and maintenance and other miscellaneous types of IT contracts are maintained/updated in the contracts database on a timely basis. Manages the inventory control responsibilities for all forms and consumable items that are used in Data Center Computer Operations and at the Isuzu Parts Distribution Centers. Ensures appropriate on-hand and on-order supply of all forms that are used in the Data Center and at the PDC's. Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.

Bachelor's degree; in computer science, information systems, or computer engineering; certifications (i.e. CNE or MCSE/MCIP) desirable. Minimum five years of experience in information technology roles requiring a strong understanding of service level delivery management, voice/data/storage networking, enterprise applications (particularly SAP), server operations, desktop support, voice communications, security, problem (incident) management, and change management. Minimum two years of experience in direct accountability for an outsource service contract (or sizable SOW) with a successful service level management program in place. Working knowledge of business administration, business processes, management practices, budgeting, capacity planning, regulatory compliance requirements, and contract management. Knowledge of technical telecommunications systems, computer LAN/WAN systems, network protocols including TCP/IP and bridging, Citrix, VMWARE, Windows, Unix, Linux, VOIP, PCs, servers, routers, storage technologies, and data management techniques, and various software applications. Solid understanding of each phase of the product lifecycle. Excellent written and verbal communication and presentation skills. Ability to lead, organize and motivate people to accomplish goals while creating a sense of order and direction. Ability to identify actions necessary to complete tasks and obtain results; technology and vendor decision making abilities. Ability to prioritize and complete tasks to deliver desired outcomes within allotted time frames; effectively execute tasks in a high-pressure, multi-tasking environment. Ability to interact with others in a positive manner, speak as both technical professional and business leader, and present complex technical ideas using business savvy and user-friendly language. Ability to affect others' actions, decisions, opinions, or thinking; lead outsourced vendors and managed services. Ability to readily modify, respond to, and integrate change with minimal resistance. Exceptional analytical, conceptual, and problem-solving abilities. The employee must be able to access, enter, and retrieve data using a computer. This is primarily a sedentary position in a controlled office environment which requires only occasional reaching, stooping, and lifting of office files, reports or records, typically weighing 5 lbs. or less.

Anaheim, CA - Parts Supply Planner II

Please send resume and salary requirements (referencing the Requisition Number) to:

Isuzu North America Corporation

ATTN: Human Resources

Req. Number: RIN-77-18

1400 S. Douglass Road, Suite 100
Anaheim, CA 92806

Email: careers@isza.com

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Parts Supply Planner II

Reviews, analyzes, and maintains optimum inventory levels of groups of parts using all available tools, i.e., SPM (Service Parts Management), SAP, and various system-generated warning and maintenance reports. Identifies parts which require special analysis. Performs special analysis of specific parts or groups of parts as requested by AIPDN management. Coordinates necessary supplier follow-up for status requests, expedites requests, and any other supply related issues. Provides detailed background and ETA status as requested by AIPDN staff (management or others). Performs stock adjustments or other inventory transactions as requested, within two days of receipt. Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.

Bachelor's degree with an emphasis in business-related disciplines or equivalent directly related work experience. Proven total competency in the execution of duties and responsibilities as a Parts Supply Planner I and a minimum of one to two years in the position. Experience involving detailed analysis and/or parts forecasting. Experience with supply planning software preferred. Knowledge of parts inventory control, forecasting, and distribution principles. Proficient PC skills in Windows applications. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Excellent organizational skills. Ability to analyze and interpret statistical demand patterns and supply rules. The employee must be able to access, enter, and retrieve data using a computer. This is primarily a sedentary position in a controlled office environment which requires only occasional reaching, stooping, and lifting of office files, reports or records, typically weighing 5 lbs. or less.

Isuzu Technical Center of America, Inc.

Plymouth, MI - Test Engineer

Please send resume and salary requirements (referencing the Requisition Number) to:

Isuzu Technical Center of America, Inc.

ATTN: Human Resources

Req. Number: RIT-59-18

46401 Commerce Center Drive
Plymouth, MI 48170

Email: mirecruiter@isza.com

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Test Engineer

Analyzes engine and vehicle testing to validate and certify production projects for North American applications. Applies engineering principles to improve the overall effectiveness and resource utilization of the PVRD test lab. Troubleshoots problems and develops solutions to meet complex testing requirements. Analyzes diesel engine calibration and emission certification testing on engine and chassis dynamometer test stands to ensure the quality of data generated meets customer requirements. Implements new test systems and measurement equipment into test cells. Investigates new technologies and suppliers to improve overall testing efficiency and effectiveness. Troubleshoots data quality and data acquisition issues and develops solutions or identifies vendors to supply solutions to encountered problems. Creates new and improves existing key processes and procedures related to KPI (key performance indicator) goals. Works with outside contractors and engineering facilities supplying services to our organization. Supports off site testing activities as required. Evaluates new regulatory requirements and their impact on test procedures. Attends conferences and training classes related to test systems, measurement equipment, and data acquisition software. Supports instrumentation and data acquisition tasks for vehicle based testing programs.

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering. Minimum three years of experience with engine or vehicle testing. Minimum three years of experience with test automation equipment, emission benches, fuel and air flow measurement devices, and engine / powertrain control modules. Diesel or gasoline engine calibration experience preferred. Detailed understanding of principles of internal combustion engines and diesel exhaust after-treatment systems. Familiarity with federal regulations regarding engine testing procedures (40 CFR Part 1065/1066). Proficient in Microsoft Office software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint). Previous experience with measurement and analysis software, such as Matlab, LabView, UniPlot, and INCA. Effective oral and written communication skills, and interpersonal skills to work effectively with customers and technicians. The employee must be able to access, enter, and retrieve data using a computer. At times this is a sedentary position in a controlled lab environment which requires only occasional reaching, stooping, and lifting of items weighing 5 lbs. or less. At other times this position requires frequent bending, reaching, crouching, kneeling, pushing/pulling, standing, walking, and lifting of 25-60 lbs. and heavy lifting on rare occasions. Must be able to participate in occasional travel/weekend work; less than 10%.

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