Honda is conducting an info session for graduating engineering students interested in full-time entry-level positions currently open at the company’s R&D facility in Raymond, Ohio. The event will consist of a presentation followed by time for networking and Q&A with Honda managers.
Honda R&D Americas, Inc., is the second-largest R&D facility in the world for Honda, after Japan. The facility designs and develops every aspect of the vehicles before sending to manufacturing for mass production. This includes, but is not limited to, all areas of design (interior, exterior, chassis, lighting, etc.), crash/safety testing, wind-tunnel testing, materials research, fabrication, engine dynamometer testing, and hot/cold weather testing. They also own and utilize a 7-mile test track directly behind the facility. Some of the more recent vehicles that have been developed at the facility are the 2016 models of the Acura NSX, Acura TLX, Honda Civic, and Honda Pilot, along with the 2017 Honda Ridgeline and Odyssey.
Students must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents to be considered for employment.
Pizza and beverages will be provided.