Goodwill Automotive is a successful Tier 1 automotive supplier.
It operates as a subsidiary business under Goodwill Industries of Greater Detroit. They provide kitting, bagging, and on-vehicle assembly services to large automotive companies. Some of these include Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, Ford and General Motors.
Goodwill Automotive provides job opportunities for people in our Skill Building program. Many of these people become long-term members of the Goodwill Automotive team.
This business also offers temporary work experiences for our Flip the Script and Work Readiness trainees along with those involved in our Operation: Good Jobs veterans program. Our trainees are given a fresh start and learn new skills in the process. Goodwill Automotive also offers full-time jobs. These positions include general laborers, sales, and management.
Goodwill Automotive ships over 1,200,000 parts every month. Our customers expect the same quality product from us as they do from other suppliers. Everything that a Tier supplier has to do, Goodwill Automotive must do.
Below are a few samples of some of the products we have made for cars driving out on the road today:
Building Parts, Changing Lives!
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Consider hiring Goodwill trainees when filling positions at your organization. We help individuals get the skills ready to be successful in the workplace. We invite you to come by and schedule a tour of our facility to see what we do and how we do it. Reach out to Kelly at the contact below to schedule a tour.
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