No matter who you are — what race, what religion, what gender, age, disability, or sexual orientation — you are welcomed at John Deere. Here, we know the value of bringing together diverse ideas. We embrace a culture that is accepting and understanding. And we work to include individuals and companies that fit with that culture. It's a culture that reflects our global market, widens our business opportunities, attracts the best talent, and breathes life into the best teamwork.
Of course, saying it doesn't make it so. But John Deere lives it through leadership and example.
Join our Representatives this fall at the National Black MBA Association, Society of Women Engineers and the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineer Conferences. We will be recruiting across multiple disciplines.
Check out our current opportunities below.
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|We spend nearly $2 million a day on R&D, so you can spend your time working on the most challenging projects of your career.
|Other Full Time
|We believe in intense teamwork and the ongoing exchange of ideas.
|Internships & Part-time Students
|We'll provide hands-on experience that's designed to fit your career objectives, that complements your academic work and enhances your learning.
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Diversity in everything we do ...
We all have something to say. Something to contribute. Ideas to help each other, our communities, our customers, and John Deere. That's why John Deere supports Employee Resource Groups (ERG). Located around the world, these groups bring together people with shared interests, addressing three key factors – business, career, and community.
Diverse Professional Organizations
At John Deere, we are committed to those linked to the land – those who are working to feed, clothe and shelter the world's dramatically increasing population.
Our diverse workforce designs easy-to-use products that help customers do their life's work more profitably and more productively. We maximize our hiring potential through numerous recruiting events, develop our current employees through extensive leadership and development opportunities, and retain talent through a variety of employee engagement opportunities.
In our ongoing efforts to attract, develop, and retain employees, we maintain business relationships with a number of diverse professional organizations.
Click here to view a list of the diverse professional organizations with which we have established relationships.
Supporting education, especially minority opportunities in education, is a focus at John Deere.
For example, we contribute to the Science, Engineering, Communication, Mathematics, and Enrichment (SECME). Developed for K-12 students, this national program encourages young people who are interested in science. We also support minority education and diversity initiatives at a number of colleges and universities.
The John Deere Advancing Diversity Award at Indiana University’s Kelly School of Business, for example, is presented to faculty and staff members who make significant contributions to diversity efforts.
John Deere provides support for programs such as Minorities in Agriculture, National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), Society of Women Engineers (SWE), Society of Hispanic Engineers (SHPE), and National Association of Black Accountants (NABA) at the national level.
So our support is broad. We help bring high-quality students – especially minorities – to the program. We help teachers develop and deliver engaging lesson plans that support inquiry-based learning. We help show how parents can inspire their students. And we help create strong business networks that can assist STEM programs. Our support is monetary as well as our time and expertise. John Deere Inspire is a global initiative at John Deere designed to inspire the next generations of innovators today.
Suppliers and dealers
Diversity at John Deere is not just about our employees. We work to maintain a supplier base that reflects the diversity of our markets worldwide. Since 1980, the John Deere Supplier Diversity program has established and nurtured relationships with diverse suppliers. Why is this important? A diverse group of suppliers brings a broader perspective to our business. A broader range of ideas and innovations, too. All this leads to better business for us … and our suppliers.
Learn more about how we select our suppliers
John Deere dealers are independently owned businesses. Yet, they are John Deere's face to our customers. They must understand and respond to their local customers needs. This is why we take great strides in recruiting high-caliber individuals with diverse backgrounds to take on the John Deere brand. In fact, in the United States, John Deere dealerships are owned and operated by people of African-American, American Indian, Asian, and Hispanic decent. A significant number of dealerships are owned by women.
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175th Anniversary Video
Celebrate the legacy of the John Deere brand as the company now prepares to feed, clothe and shelter a growing global population, keeping its age-old commitment to those linked to the land.Watch the videoWatch the video