Business Innovation Intern

Embedded in a worldwide network, Mercedes-Benz Research & Development North America (MBRDNA) continuously strives to remain at the forefront of successful automotive research and development. MBRDNA is headquartered in Silicon Valley, California, with key areas of Advanced Interaction Design, Digital User Experience, Machine Learning, Autonomous Driving, Customer Research and Business Innovation. In Redford, Michigan, the focus is on Powertrain and eDrive as well as in Long Beach, CA where the F-CELL team brings hydrogen vehicles to the road. The Testing and Regulatory Affairs Division in Ann Arbor, MI and the Advanced Vehicle Design in Carlsbad, CA complete the competence center. Together, all the developers, technicians, engineers and designers take on the challenges of creating the next innovation. They’re inspired by the newest trends, find the best solutions for the customer, develop the latest and greatest technologies and create the next generation of connected, safe, sustainable and luxurious vehicles.

Here at MBRDNA, we are looking for talented, energetic, and committed individuals to join our diverse team. Our employees are the key to our success, and we support each individual in fulfilling his or her potential. We proudly continue the pioneering work initiated by founders Gottlieb Daimler and Carl Benz over 125 years ago.

Role Overview:

  • Support the identification of new ideas and development of Mercedes.me services.
  • Support business case planning, strategy, and operations for U.S. Market.

Minimum Skills Required:

  • Must be currently in business, marketing, finance, Engineering or related undergraduate program or have graduated within the last 12 months with an undergraduate degree.
  • Is familiar with innovation management and business development
  • Some background in the area of business, finance, or engineering
  • Can think outside the box and not be quick to shoot down crazy ideas.
  • Great verbal and communication skills.
  • Willing to work independently and within a group environment while adapting to constant change.

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