Honda R&D is offering an internship position on our multi-disciplinary advanced product planning team. The internship candidate will work with multi-disciplinary team to solve major challenges in the automotive market. Must demonstrate high commitment and interest in leading change within a rapidly evolving automotive/mobility market. Works directly with design, planning and engineering teams in creating winning future mobility concepts by analyzing market conditions, customer insights and product/service requirements. The output will support the Advanced Product Planning division in creating the future market needs, guide innovation and propose direction for various R&D functions.
Understanding and interest in creating future automotive/mobility opportunities.
Experience in creating market, product, brand and technology concepts and strategies.
Analyzing evolving mobility market conditions & consumer trends; data; forecasts; customer; etc.
Considering and understanding rapidly changing conditions in consumers and technologies
Creating new concepts and business proposals
Strong creative, analytical and presentation skills with commitment to sustainability and efficiency. Able to evaluate data using statistical techniques and software/ databases.
Interest in the automotive market, industry changes/challenges, evolving consumer behavior, and new business models.
Proficiency with MS Windows Suite, with a strong emphasis in Excel and PowerPoint.
Proficiency using statistics to analyze data/databases into completing stories.
Strong analytical and problem solving skills.
Compelling verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to work 20+ hours per week.
Currently enrolled undergraduate or graduate level students with a declared major in Industrial/Transportation Design, UX Design, Anthropology or Sociology, Business or MBA, Engineering, Data Science, Computer Engineering, or similar field of study.
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Honda is a Japanese public multinational conglomerate corporation primarily known as a manufacturer of automobiles, aircraft, motorcycles, and power equipment.
Honda became the second-largest Japanese automobile manufacturer in 2001.