At Ford Motor Company, we believe freedom of movement drives human progress. And as you start your career journey, we also believe in providing you with the freedom to define and realize your dreams. With all of our incredible plans for the future, there’s no better place to jump start an amazing career than Ford. We’re looking for talented, bright and driven people to join our Finance team, widely recognized as a corporate model of excellence. As you help advance Ford’s global plan, you’ll make a significant impact on nearly every Ford plant, division, operation, and major subsidiary around the world.
What you’ll be able to do:
As part of our Intern to College Graduate program, you’ll discover unmatched opportunities to turn your higher education into real world experience with a company that is redefining human mobility. The Intern to Finance Career Foundation Program (CFP) is an integral component of our commitment to our employees’ long-term personal and professional development. Designed for those who complete a summer internship at Ford, this additional experience will provide you with an even stronger foundation for a future career at Ford. Many of today’s leading executives developed their business acumen at Ford finance. We attract top professionals who want to challenge themselves, test their skills, develop their talents and discover their full potential. The CFP rotational program sets the foundation for on-going competency-based development by providing our new Financial Analysts with:
- Numerous developmental opportunities and specialized training to learn the basics of the automotive and related financing business.
- Cross-organizational experiences to build competencies and enable the development of finance expertise and business leadership.
- Opportunities through structured amenities such as mentoring circles and networking events to develop relationships between other new hires, supervisors, finance leadership and business interfaces.
Typical rotational experiences for new financial analysts may include accounting, capital investment analysis, cash management and forecasting, financial reporting, internal auditing, manufacturing cost analysis, product pricing, profit forecasting, revenue and market analysis and vehicle program cost analysis.