A truly global automotive company, Nissan joined the MIT LGO partnership in 2019. Based on the principles of lean production that inspired the launch of LGO, today Nissan operates the highest-volume automotive assembly plant in North America, and is a pioneer in the Industrial Internet of Things. As a partner, Nissan offers LGO internships in a wide range of fields within their manufacturing and supply chain network. Nissan also recruits LGOs to join the growing group of program alumni within the company. Internships will address such topics as technology-driven automatic quality inspection, simulations to identify bottlenecks and reduce downtime, and paint chemistry process improvements.

Nissan is recruiting LGOs who thrive in a fast paced, flexible environment. We are seeking those who adapt quickly to change and are interested in developing people leadership skills. We are thrilled to offer a broad range of opportunities designed to align key talent with impactful roles.

Rotational & Leadership Development Opportunities: LGOs are hired directly into a leadership development rotational program with international possibilities based on the LGO’s interest and business needs of the company. Career paths can be discussed with leadership and Talent Management to determine your fit for a functional leadership path, or a general business. Each path will provide you with a strong career at Nissan while focusing on personal aspirations and business goals.

David Walker (LGO ’13)

US Product Line Management
While at LGO: MBA & SM Mechanical Engineering
Previous studies: Michigan Technological University, Mechanical Engineering

After a career in aerospace prior to LGO, David hired on with Nissan in 2013, starting as a program manager on the Nissan Altima and LEAF programs before a role as a manufacturing manager in Nissan’s plant in Smyrna, Tennessee, just outside his home town of Nashville. Since 2017, David has overseen the launch of new models and started up a new paint line in a plant outside of Newcastle upon Tyne in the UK, before returning to the United States for engineering and strategic roles.

JS Bolton (LGO ’14)

While at LGO: MBA & SM Mechanical Engineering
Previous studies: Michigan Technological University, Mechanical Engineering

JS joined Nissan after conducting her LGO internship there, and has held multiple shop floor roles of increasing responsibility in both supply chain and manufacturing in Tennessee and Mississippi. In 2020 she became one of the youngest Nissan leaders promoted to Director, and in 2023 became a leader at the Sunderland UK plant helping roll out new EV products.

Federico Marcowicz (LGO ’17)

Director, Supply Chain Logistics
While at LGO: MBA & SM Mechanical Engineering
Previous studies: Technion, Mechanical Engineering

Previously a helicopter maintenance leader in the Israeli Defense Force, Federico now pursues both operational and strategic roles in Nissan’s supply chain team. He leads the team responsible for the Regional Supply Chain Digitalization strategy for US, Canada, and Mexico across several manufacturing facilities.

Robert (Bobby) Addy (LGO ’20)

Senior Manager, EV Transformation and Connected Cars
While at LGO: MBA & SM Mechanical Engineering
Previous studies: University of Glasgow, Naval Architecture & Ocean Engineering

After a career as a Naval Architect in the offshore oil & gas industry prior to LGO, Bobby completed his internship at Nissan and joined the company full-time after graduation. He initially led the Supply Chain Data & Analytics team, focused on executing digital transformation projects for the US and Mexico operations. After serving as Technical Assistant to SVP of Manufacturing & Supply Chain, he now is responsible for revenue management of digital products.