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Team/division descriptionThe Brand & Marketing Communications division at TME (Toyota Motor Europe Headquarter) is responsible to develop & roll-out Pan-European strategies and communication materials (Brand, ATL, BTL, Digital, Social) to promote our brand and models to consumers with a clear benefit proposition and in line with our Toyota brand strategy. This is done in a cross-departmental approach within TME and in collaboration with our local NMSCs (National Marketing & Sales Companies). Your project1. Support in developing projects & content related to brand communication2. Project management and roll out of brand projects across company & local NMSCs3. Support the team on the projects related to Mobility brand4. Support in preparing presentations, analysis or internal documents for key stakeholders and management5. General department support (coordination, budget administration, follow up with NMSCs.) Place of employment: Brussels, BelgiumStarting date: 1st SepDuration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed projects can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance.  It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. Interested in this internship, please apply online via www.toyotajobs.com. We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2020-2811
Team/division descriptionThe Production Planning division is at the heart of Toyota’s manufacturing operations. From our headquarters in Europe we manage the short and long term production plan of our 4 vehicle plants and our 3 Engine plants in EuropeAll operations are planned and organised in accordance with the concepts of the Toyota Production System (TPS) to achieve Safety, Quality, Just-in-Time and Cost objectives. Your projectThe Production planning department is investigating ways to eliminate inefficiencies in some of our processes through process kaizen and tasks automatization.  To support this activity, the selected candidate will support with:- Automatization of the kaizen identified by the Production planners- Collaborate in the analysis of our process flows to identify potential areas of improvement- Support Production Planners during the monthly peaks handling some daily tasks- Generate and issue some of the key reports which are used to share production planning results and KPIs with top management and other stakeholders- Administrative task support where required Place of employment: TME Head Office, Evere BrusselsStarting date: Mid August 2020Duration:  6 MonthsConfidentiality: Due to confidentiality requirements, not all details on performed projects can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance.  It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. Interested in this internship, please apply online via www.toyotajobs.com. We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2020-2810
Team/division descriptionThe Sales Operations manages all New Car sales-related activities throughout 30 National Marketing & Sales Companies (NMSC’s) covering more than 40 countries. .It coordinates the activities of the NSMC’s as well as FLEET operations in the EUROPE region (incl. Russia, TR & Israel).Your projectYou will be involved in the key processes of the department, supporting the Country Managers in their main activities (Sales Planning, Project Management, Reporting, Governance,…).You will be expected to help set-up a Business Intelligence unit within the Division to streamline CM’s operations and bring standardisation and efficiency to the group. Your main tasks will be: • Generate monthly / quarterly sales reports• Market analysis on automotive segmentation trends• Sales planning support • Support the preparation of the Governance Business Revue meeting • Communicate with the markets to prepare the meetings• Support with preparation of ‚Get ready‘ conference Place of internship: Toyota Motor Europe head office (Brussels) Starting date: from July 2020 Duration: 6 months Confidentiality: due to business requirements, not all aspects of the task can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate in advance. It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship.  We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2020-2802
Team/division descriptionThe electric vehicle (EV) team was set up on 1st January 2020, to develop a  strategy for the first Toyota and Lexus electric vehicle launches. The EV team coordinates between several departments (e.g., Customer Experience, Sales & Marketing,  product planning) in order to identify and implement the most effective, and profitable, strategy for selling this new and exciting powertrain.Your project As a graduate in the EV team, you will provide support to other team members on a range of strategic topics including Customer Experience, Charging Infrastructure right through to Battery remanufacturing and recycling. Your responsibilities:• An open and clear communicator, you will manage the daily follow-up between stakeholders from several different departments, to progress on key action items• Self-motivated and methodical, you can work with various different information sources (internet, research studies) to conduct detailed benchmarking of competitor activities and strategies• With good analytical skills, you draft reports and make recommendations in a clear and visual way for senior management Place of employment - Brussels, BelgiumStarting date: Early July (start date up to September will also be considered if a 6 months internship is possible) Duration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed projects can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance. It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. Interested in this internship, please apply online via www.toyotajobs.com.  We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2020-2801
Our teamBPO (Business Planning Office), within Value Chain and Lexus Division, manages the business planning cycle of the TME Sales Group guided by the wider corporate objectives. The department manages exports of Toyota vehicles manufactured at European plants to other global regions, coordinating with other commercial divisions, Japan and regional distributors.It supports the Sales relate divisions across diverse cross-functional projects and activities relating to Toyota, Lexus and After-Sales.  In this role BPO prepares and facilitates a number of cross-functional meetings across the year. Your projectThis internship project will be mainly focused in supporting EXPORT to deliver sales and profit target, but also to improve the processes with internal and external stakeholders and supporting effective communication.Therefore you will: • You will support the daily management and administration of European export• Act as window person for any communication towards Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) and distributors• Ensure monthly prices are correctly input and timely approved• Run profitability analysis, supporting decision making• Maintain and update contracts and agreements• Liaise with TME departments to gather information for commercial pack distribution to export• Publish monthly export volume and profit report• Coordinate meetings and logistics, keep shared databases updated Place of employment: TME Head Office in Brussels (Evere) Starting date: From July 2020Expected duration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed projects can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance.It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. Interested in this internship, please apply online via www.toyotajobs.com.  We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2020-2800
Team/division descriptionThe Product & Marketing Management Division develops the strategy and leads the planning of new Toyota models with the target to deliver the best product for European markets while ensuring achievement of our business objectives. We are handling concept planning (target customer, product feature, volume, price, grade), line-up strategy (models in EU, business strategy, power train, design strategy etc.) and market research (auto show, customer trend etc.). Your projectYour main activities and responsibilities will lie in supporting the Product Manager and Sr. Specialist in their projects and daily tasks.You will have the chance to learn and understand the core job in concept planning, understand key Toyota values and business approach and build your network within Toyota Motor Europe organisation. As part of your daily tasks you will support in:• Market data analysis (sales volume),• Competitive benchmarking,• Analytical support to the team (research, data queries), • Creation of presentation materials and business cases. Place of employment : Toyota Motor Europe – BrusselsStarting date: as of July 2020Duration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed projects can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance. It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. Interested in this internship, please apply online via www.toyotajobs.com. We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2020-2796
Team/division descriptionMission - Provide and maintain a safe, qualitative and sustainable work environment for all European Toyota Part Distribution Centres.This includes the premises and facilities, but also all operational equipment like racks, material handling equipment and other smaller and larger operational equipment and installations. Vision - Based on a solid understanding of the needs of the internal customer, correctly prioritise deploying available resources Your projectToyota Parts Centre Europe is continuously optimising its facilities. Your project will be to support the responsible team in:• Realising the CAPEX plan, in particular, but not limited to the renovation project of the sanitary installations and locker roomso Mapping the current conditiono Define the What Does Good Look Likeo Draft design and cost estimateso Detailed design and tender fileo Supplier selectiono Project management of the execution works• Digitalising the physical inventory and layoutso Inventorising available layoutso Developing standard drawing templateso Drafting one digital master drawing of the site with various layers for technical installations, based on existing layouts and control measurementso Building a physical inventory database using room numbering and including various room data (floor surface, wall surface, fit-out materials, etc.)• Implementation of a facility management software packageo Mapping of the high level and detailed user requirementso Mapping of available off-the-shelf packages and evaluation versus user requirementso Supplier selectiono Project management of the implementation Place of employment: Toyota Parts Centre Europe is based in Diest, Belgium. If your project would require you to do so, you may have to travel occasionally to one of our European sites to go and see the ideal condition. Starting date: as soon as possibleDuration: 6 MConfidentiality: Some of the project content may have to be treated as confidential and therefore not shown explicitly in the internship report It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. Interested in this internship, please apply online via www.toyotajobs.com.  We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2020-2790
Division information:As part of TME R&D organization, the Powertrain Division is responsible for local development of powertrains for vehicles built in one of the TME production plants, and for planning and research of new European technologies. Latest focus points include electrification, big data and connectivity. Your project:You will be joining the Drivetrain Evaluation Department responsible for the development & maintenance of tools. You will be in charge of several small development projects in co-operation with all teams in powertrain division.• Functional extension & operational improvements to our in-house data-processing tool chain, largely based on National Instruments “DIAdem” data analysis software.• Develop new software tools (see script languages requested below)• Overall data management system topology enhancements, especially with regards to interfacing to our test facility databases. Place of employment: Belgium – 1930 Zaventem (Brussels area)Starting date: October 2020Duration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Some of the project content may have to be treated as confidential and therefore not shown explicitly in the internship report 
Job ID
2020-2781
Division information:As part of TME R&D organization, the Powertrain Division is responsible for local development of powertrains for vehicles built in one of the TME production plants, and for planning and research of new European technologies. Latest focus points include electrification, big data and connectivity. Your project:Real Driving Emissions  (RDE) regulation  is enforcing the vehicle tailpipe emissions in  real-road driving conditions;  not only in  standardized  drive cycles.  This new regulation  brings significant challenges in the calibration of combustion engines.Joining the Engine Calibration Team, you will contribute to improve the calibration process for RDE:• Develop modeling tools to support the practical RDE calibration activities.• In   collaboration   with   Simulation   Team,   proceed   to   identification  &   modeling   of   driver pattern/behaviors, identification & modeling of vehicle/powertrain/engine operation.• Learn RDE test methodology and support practical evaluation at chassis-dynamometer & testing on-road. Analyse measured data, derive conclusions and propose improvement to the toolchain. Place of employment: Belgium – 1930 Zaventem (Brussels area)Starting date: July 2020Duration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Some of the project content may have to be treated as confidential and therefore not shown explicitly in the internship report 
Job ID
2020-2780
Division information:As part of TME R&D organization, the Powertrain Division is responsible for local development of powertrains for vehicles built in one of the TME production plants, and for planning and research of new European technologies. Latest focus points include electrification, big data and connectivity. Your project:With increasing electrification in the automotive industry, electric components play a crucial role in future powertrains. Your project is about data driven modelling for usage of electric and related mechanical components to investigate potential cost reductions. For this purpose data would be collected from customers’ vehicles in the field.• To develop modelling and evaluation tools: standardizing the virtual development process.• To   implement multi-objective optimization algorithms: targeting a balanced vehicle performance.• To analyze simulation and measurement data: evaluating the performance and extractingthe targets Place of employment: Belgium – 1930 Zaventem (Brussels area)Starting date: September 2020Duration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Some of the project content may have to be treated as confidential and therefore not shown explicitly in the internship report
Job ID
2020-2779
Division information:As part of TME R&D organization, the Powertrain Division is responsible for local development of powertrains for vehicles built in one of the TME production plants, and for planning and research of new European technologies. Latest focus points include electrification, big data and connectivity. Your project:With increasing  electrification  in  the  automotive industry, electric motors play a crucial role in future powertrains. Your project is about investigating new electric motor technologies.-Investigate  detailed  design  features  of  rotors,  stators,  coils,  magnets,  cooling  features  and production technologies for automotive traction motors.-Patent survey on full motor concepts and on component level.-Categorize pro’s and con’s of new technologies in terms of performance, efficiency, mass and cost.-Investigate the potential of selected technology through simulation and modelling. Place of employment: Belgium – 1930 Zaventem (Brussels area)Starting date: July 2020Duration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Some  of  the  project  content  may  have  to  be  treated  as  confidential  and therefore not shown explicitly in the internship report 
Job ID
2020-2775
Division information:As  part  of  TME  R&D  organization,  the  Powertrain  Division  is  responsible  for  research  and development of fuel cell related technologies such as liquid hydrogen storage system. Your project:With increasing demand of zero emission technology in the automotive industry, fuel cell would play a crucial role in future powertrains. As a future storage system of hydrogen, liquid hydrogen storage system is expected. Your project is about investigating elemental technologies for liquid hydrogen storage system for future fuel cell projects such as liquid hydrogen tank, Cryogenic compressor, Boil-off management system, liquid level sensor and liquid hydrogen safety.-Investigate detailed design features of liquid hydrogen storage system.-Investigate the mechanism of behaviour of selected technology through simulation and modelling e.g. modelling of self-pressurization behaviour. Place of employment: Belgium – 1930 Zaventem (Brussels area)Starting date: July 2020Duration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Some of the project content may have to be treated as confidential and therefore not shown explicitly in the internship report It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. Interested in this internship, please apply online via www.toyotajobs.com.
Job ID
2020-2774
Our team:Research and Development (R&D) in Europe is responsible for the planning, the development and the production of  attractive, superior quality cars matching European market requirements. Material Engineering Division is responsible for the localization, development and evaluation of metal and plastic materials used in the car, (i.e. high strength steel, aluminum and fiber reinforced plastics) for the purpose of weight and cost reduction.Our function is to qualify European materials and to assure their performance: processability, strength and durability over the lifetime of the vehicle taking into account all the environmental aspects the parts will be exposed to (i.e. heat, chemical attack, humidity, etc.).  Your Responsibilities:Your challenges will be :1- To propose new innovative materials and processes for hydrogen tanks. We aim at reducing cost, increasing productivity while keeping a superior level of quality and durability.- Conduct extensive literature study- Generate new material and manufacturing concept- Identify capable partners for future development2- To support the development of new CFRP materials - Benchmark key materials towards our target parts by analytical, physical, and mechanical test methods in our laboratory- Grasp information from key European suppliers/institutes- Conduct manufacturing trial- Conduct root cause analyses and propose countermeasures for further improvement. Techniques learned:Generation of new material concept towards a performance targetResin and composite materials: physical and mechanical evaluations, Processing knowledge Place of internship: Toyota Motor Europe – R&D Centre Zaventem - BelgiumStarting date: July 2020Duration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed projects can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance. It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. Interested in this internship, please apply online via www.toyotajobs.com. We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2020-2771
Team/division descriptionToyota Motor Europe R&D Centre is responsible for:•  Developing vehicles and making concept proposal for EU core  models •  Reflecting EU technology to Toyota Vehicles timely by utilizing location advantage and strong network with EU partnersBody Engineering 2 is a major division responsible for Planning &  Design of   Body parts for European Vehicles from concept phase to serial production. Exterior lighting development group is responsible for complete development of front lamps and rear lamps. Your projectTo investigate mechanical sounds of key operational interior component(s) [eg: Glove box, center console armrest, airvents], defining sensory quality sound targets & proposing feasible engineering solutions to support achievement of those targets, for next generation models.Benchmark of internal & competitor parts and identification of key structuresSound measurement of identified components, both subjectively and objectively.Analysis of evaluation results, identifying links between subjective and objective results.Criteria setting for next generation components’ sound performance.Investigation of the structural features / factors influencing the sound performance & identification of best practice.Application of the findings into projects which are in development. Place of employment: Toyota European R&D Technical Centre in Zaventem (Belgium), Body Design Div.Starting date: July 2020Duration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed projects can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. Interested in this internship, please apply online via www.toyotajobs.com. We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2020-2768
Team/division descriptionToyota Motor Europe R&D Centre is responsible for:•  Developing vehicles and making concept proposal for EU core  models •  Reflecting EU technology to Toyota Vehicles timely by utilizing location advantage and strong network with EU partnersBody Engineering 2 is a major division responsible for Planning &  Design of   Body parts for European Vehicles from concept phase to serial production. Exterior lighting development group is responsible for complete development of front lamps and rear lamps. Your projectTo investigate automotive UX trends, and support investigations & planning for future UX concept.Plan and conduct user research and competitor analysisInterpret data and qualitative feedbackCreate user stories, personas, and storyboardsDetermine information architecture and create sitemapsConduct usability testingPresent and communicate insights in order to help shape product strategy Place of employment: Toyota European R&D Technical Centre in Zaventem (Belgium), Body Design Div.Starting date: July 2020Duration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed projects can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance. It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. Interested in this internship, please apply online via www.toyotajobs.com. We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2020-2766
Team/division descriptionVehicle Performance Engineering – Model Based DevelopmentThe VPE-MBD team within R&D has the role of providing simulation models and virtual evaluation tools to the specific vehicle dynamics performance teams (handling, ride comfort, drivability, brake control), as well as defining more advanced performance indicators to support vehicle project development target setting. Your projectAnalyse and develop a suspension modelling with component and system sensitivity to vehicle dynamicsYour mission will be to analyse and develop a suspension modelling for vehicle dynamic virtual evaluation. You will conduct component and system sensitivity analysis to vehicle dynamics performance with TME-developed simulation environment. With the result, you will analyse mechanism between the suspension behaviour and vehicle dynamics and develop suspension optimal degree of freedom(e.g. add elasticity to certain suspension parts)for efficient suspension development. Place of employment: Toyota Motor Europe Technical Center, Brussels, BelgiumStarting date: July 2020Duration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed projects can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance.  It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. Interested in this internship, please apply online via www.toyotajobs.com. We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2020-2760
Team/division descriptionVehicle Performance Engineering – Model Based DevelopmentThe VPE-MBD team within R&D has the role of providing simulation models and virtual evaluation tools to the specific vehicle dynamics performance teams (handling, ride comfort, drivability, brake control), as well as defining more advanced performance indicators to support vehicle project development target setting. Your projectDevelop an efficient performance balancing process with Artificial intelligence based surrogate modelYour mission will be to create efficient development process with Artificial intelligence based surrogate model. With TME-developed vehicle performance simulation models and state of the art surrogate modelling and adaptive sampling technique, you will develop the methodology for surrogate model driven optimal process.  Place of employment: Toyota Motor Europe Technical Center, Brussels, BelgiumStarting date: July 2020Duration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed projects can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance.  It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. Interested in this internship, please apply online via www.toyotajobs.com. We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2020-2758
Team/division descriptionTME R&D centre is responsible for planning, development and production support of vehicles aimed at - and locally produced for - the European market. The Vehicle Comfort team is part of the Vehicle Performance Engineering division (VPE) division and is responsible for the vehicle NVH (Noise, Vibration and harshness) according EU customer expectations.  We aim at the development of attractive and „fun to drive“ cars matching European market requirements and customer expectations. Using state-of-the art experimental and numerical methods, we develop strategies to achieve the targets, and validate them on virtual and physical prototypes.  Your projectTitle: “Target cascading for EV driveline components”Gear noise and motor noises in electric vehicles (EV) are typically high-frequency, and are easy to cause annoyance. In order to control this annoying noise for the vehicle occupants, all the different transfer paths between the gearbox (or EV motor) and the interior cavity need to be controlled carefully. You will contribute to an ongoing research project where the main goal is to set suitable targets and assess the performance for the different components involved in the transmission of gear noise and motor noise from its source to the vehicle interior.For this internship, the focus is on gathering benchmark data that allows to understand typical component performance, and its relation to full-vehicle performance. You will:• Optimize the existing procedures for component performance assessment, to reduce measurement time and improve robustness.•  Coordinate and support the component performance benchmark testing together with measurement technicians• Review and analyse the performance data to find trends in component performance and its link to interior noise and vibrations. Also the typical differences between ICE and EV components should be identified and motivated based on available data. Place of employment: Toyota Motor Europe, Technical Centre, Hoge Wei 33, B-1930 Zaventem.Starting date: August 2020Duration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed activities can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance. It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. Interested in this internship, please apply online via www.toyotajobs.com. We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2020-2755
Team/division descriptionThe Vehicle Comfort (driveability) team takes care about our cars’ forward acceleration behaviour (e.g. 0-100kph acceleration performance, top speed, acceleration shock, etc…). As a local R&D function, we take part in new vehicle development, benchmarking of local European competitors/technologies and long-term research with local academic & industrial partners. Your projectLarge datasets consisting of vehicle speed & acceleration can be extracted from real-life traffic video footage captured by aerial drones (DataFromSky technology).  Your objective will be to utilize such data in order to analyse what is the EU driver’s typical acceleration behaviour when crossing an urban T-junction, in function of upcoming traffic parameters (e.g. time to collision). Your findings will contribute to the definition of new reference manoeuvres, to be used during the target setting phase of future vehicle projects. Place of employment: Toyota Motor Europe Technical Centre, Hoge Wei 33, Zaventem, BelgiumStarting date: ASAPDuration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed projects can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance. It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. Interested in this internship, please apply online via www.toyotajobs.com. We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2020-2749
Team/division descriptionBusiness Strategy Division (BSD) was established in 2017 as former Corporate Planning department in order to centralize all strategies of TME under one steering division. BSD is developing long-term strategy incl.Structural Reform, FC vehicles, Alliances with other OEMs, key European market strategy (e.g.Russia) – and aligning strategy with functional TME divisions (R&D, Sales, VC etc.) and TMC top-management to conclude feasible implementation. BSD directly reports to TME President (and CEO). Your projectRussian Market Long-term Strategy 2030. BSD maintains Russia as unique market and main volume contributor. Your responsibility: - Monitor and analyse Russia related data (RU legislation, Market performance, Political movements, OEMs actions etc...)- Summarize data into Executive reports (PPT, Excel format)- Supporting function to calculate business cases and conduct meetings with relevant TME and NMCSs (National Marketing & Sales Companies) departments Place of employment: Belgium - Brussels (Evere): Toyota Motor Europe,  Head Office,Starting date: August/September 2020Duration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed projects can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance.  It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. Interested in this internship, please apply online via www.toyotajobs.com. We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2020-2746