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U.S. Army and DENSO partner in recruiting program

Soldiers can apply to a variety positions at DENSO in Battle Creek, Mich., including production, skilled trades and engineering roles, among others

Battle Creek, Mich.—Representatives of the Great Lakes Army Recruiting Battalion and DENSO’s thermal manufacturing facility in Battle Creek, Mich., will signed an agreement this week to provide priority hiring status to qualified soldiers participating in the Partnership for Youth Success (PaYS) Program. 

The executive officer of the Great Lakes Army Recruiting Battalion, Major Stefan K. Wilson and president of DENSO’s thermal manufacturing facility Kevin Carson, who is a Navy veteran, signed the PaYS agreement during a ceremony at DENSO’s site in Battle Creek.

PaYS is a partnership program between the Army and a cross section of U.S. corporations and public sector agencies. The Army wants to assist DENSO in Battle Creek with bringing qualified candidates into manufacturing, a field that offers long-term career prospects to people of many backgrounds and skillsets.

The Army now has more than 616 partner corporations and public sector agencies across the nation, including local partners such as General Motors, Quicken Loans, Spectrum Health, Michigan State Police, Kalamazoo Public Safety, and Aldevra.

Soldiers can apply to a variety positions at DENSO in Battle Creek, including production, skilled trades and engineering roles, among others. Review and apply at densocareers.com/battlecreek.

Soldiers who join DENSO will not only work for an employer committed to supporting military service members with resources such as the DENSO Veterans Network, but also join a team committed to growing their career. DENSO offers:

  • Competitive benefits, including medical, dental, vision and a matching 401k plan.
  • Bonus opportunities and guaranteed hours, with scheduled overtime in safe and clean environments.
  • Top-notch training on the latest manufacturing technologies and practices.

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