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For more than a century, Mercedes-Benz has been committed to extraordinary engineering, visionary design and standard-setting innovation. Fulfilling their founder’s promise to deliver “the best or nothing” requires the efforts and talents of many exceptional people. And that’s why they strive to make their workplace one in which individuals feel challenged, fulfilled and able to reach their full potential. In fact, Mercedes is proud to have been named one of Fortune magazine´s 100 Best Companies to Work For.
Senior Network Analyst – Infrastructure – Primary purpose of job is to achieve availability and performance objectives for MBUSA network infrastructure by providing analysis, design, support, and implementing projects consistent with the Company’s policy and procedures.
Analyst Tax Accounting-Michigan – The Tax Accounting Analyst will be responsible for complex tax accounting functions including the preparation of tax provision calculations, interpreting tax and accounting regulations as well as the development of disclosures for financial reporting.
Senior Data Base Administrator – This is a DB2 Data Base Architect (DBA) role largely responsible for providing operational database services to the organization. Some of the primary responsibilities of this role would include owning, tracking and resolving database related incidents and requests, reviewing service related reports on a daily basis to ensure service related issues are identified and resolved, responding to database related alerts and escalations and working with both AIX and z/OS systems groups to come up with strategic solutions to recurring problems.
Part of Daimler AG, Mercedes-Benz USA (MBUSA) is responsible for the distribution and marketing of Mercedes-Benz, Maybach, smart, and Sprinter products in the United States. In 2011, the company sold 264,460 passenger vehicles in the US, representing 17.5% year-over-year growth, in addition to 16,577 Sprinters.Although MBUSA was founded in 1965, importation of Mercedes-Benz vehicles actually began in 1952 under Max Hoffman. Mr. Hoffman was a driving force behind the car that cemented the identity of Mercedes-Benz in America: the iconic 300SL Gullwing.By 1957, Mercedes-Benz was in a position to expand its reach in the United States and entered into a distribution agreement with Studebaker-Packard Corporation. Eight years later, the company struck out on its own, forming Mercedes-Benz USA.Over the following years, MBUSA grew into a nationwide organization, now employing over 1500 people. The company also has 356 associated dealerships that employ 21,500 people themselves.