AUTOMOTIVE TIER 1 SUPPLIER
Allison Transmission is the world’s largest manufacturer of fully automatic transmissions for commercial-duty vehicles, including medium- and heavy-tactical U.S. defense vehicles. We have been serving the U.S. armed forces since the 1940s with our first-generation tank transmission. Today, Allison continues to produce transmissions for vital military assets, such as the Abrams main battle tank, Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicles, and Joint Light Tactical Vehicles (JLTVs).
Our 2,600 employees are committed to quality, customer focus, integrity, innovation and teamwork. Veterans frequently join our company in the skilled trades and in apprenticeships as electricians, machine repair technicians, stationary engineers, refrigeration specialists and more. Allison also offers opportunities in salaried roles, such as manufacturing engineers and commodity managers.
Beyond the day-to-day, we have a sense of duty to our community. Allison employees have built homes for underprivileged families and participate in blood drives. Additionally, as a global company with a presence in more than 100 countries, Allison works with Rise Against Hunger to package meals for those in need worldwide and assisted with refurbishing an elementary school near our facility in Chennai, India. We’ve also supported initiatives in support of wounded veterans.
At Allison, benefits and compensation are more than rewards for working hard; they’re our way of providing motivation and incentive for living full, healthy lives. That’s why we offer our team a full benefits package, including:
- Paid time off
- Training & development
- Tuition assistance
- Employee discounts
With our products and services, we are improving the way the world works. Come serve others –and yourself – with a career at Allison Transmission.
While Allison Transmission staff will be looking through the INvets database for ideal candidates, you can browse current opening and APPLY DIRECTLY HERE.
OUR COMMUNITY: INDIANAPOLIS
THE BIG CITY AND MUCH MORE
Indianapolis ranks high in lists of top cities to live, work and play. Metropolis listed Indy among Toronto, Copenhagen and Melbourne as top cities to watch. Its vibrant downtown includes the NCAA Hall of Champions, canals and biking and walking trails. Indy is home to the Indianapolis Colts and Indiana Pacers and Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis is the largest children’s museum in the world. Yet Indianapolis has one of the lowest costs-of-living among major U.S. cities.
While Indy is the 14th largest city in the nation and the city ranks second only to Washington DC in the number of military monuments. Despite its size, it is still the type of friendly and down to earth community where people will say “good morning” to total strangers. Military appreciation has always played a large part of the culture and the American Legion is headquartered here.
You can learn more about the culture of Indianapolis at NO MEAN CITY or DOWNTOWN INDY.
Median Household Income: $41,278
Median Property Value: $123,500
Median Age: 34
Source: DATA USA