The health and safety of every one is our highest priority. With COVID-19 continuing to evolve, we are leveraging our digital capabilities to ensure we can continue to recruit top talent at Aptiv. As your application progresses, our recruiters may ask you to use one of our digital collaborative tools to help us get to know you better. If so, one of our colleagues will explain how our technology will be used and answer any questions you might have. Thank you and good luck on your recruitment journey towards the Future of Mobility!
Diversity and inclusion are sources of innovation and creativity, both of which are essential to APTIV's success
The status quo? We’re not interested. At Aptiv, we embrace differences because bringing unique perspectives to the table means we can push past boundaries, meet challenges and shape the future. When you join our team, we encourage you to think boldly, express your viewpoint and innovate everyday. Diversity is the key to our creativity, and it fuels our ability to shape the future. With more than 190,000 employees in 46 countries, we’re continuing our journey towards global inclusiveness.
Join the movement and together, let's change tomorrow.
Our global workforce is 49% women and 51% men. From those women, 22% are in management positions and 19% serve in technical roles.
We provie scholarships for female and minority students at engineering-focused universities.
We reach out to women and diverse students through focused campus networking at select universities.
Together, We Make Change Happen
We’re committed to hiring, developing and retaining top female talent. That’s just one way we’re changing what diversity means at Aptiv.
Hear from our employees!
“Every day, we come to Aptiv from diverse cultures and backgrounds, but what makes our work meaningful is collaboration. We are united across the world in pursuit of our mission to deliver safer, greener and more connected technologies that enable the future of mobility. For this generation and the next, diversity is more than gender, more than ethnicity, more than equal representation; it is about being human and welcoming new and fresh ideas.”