Chances are you already know Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA). That’s because we have a long history with some of the world’s most famous brands, including the much-loved Fiat Argo and Jeep Renegade. We are passionate about our brands and do whatever it takes to make sure they evolve to meet customer expectations and demands.

FCA Latin America makes a positive impact in the countries where we operate. Not only economically, but also in terms of sustainability. Our products and business practices are centered on doing the right thing for our communities. That includes creating opportunities for enriching career experiences in a fast-moving, agile workplace.

We’re smart and strategic with our decisions. We learn and adapt every day. We’re nimble in response to change, and purposefully disrupt the status quo. We work with excitement and spirit, with a respect for our heritage and the courage to move forward on the vision we have for tomorrow.


Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) is committed to investing in our communities to drive meaningful outcomes that improve the quality of life and foster ongoing vitality in the communities in which we live and work.


Árvore da Vida is a community development program for residents of Betim, Minas Gerais, with activities for children, adults, families and schools. The program offers social and cultural activities, promotes community improvement initiatives, and stimulates the generation of jobs and income. Since 2004, more than 21,000 residents have benefited from program – which was chosen as one of the 50 best practices in Brazil for our contribution to the United Nations Global Goals for Sustainable Development program (2012).


The Rota do Saber program supports quality improvements for elementary education in select cities in the states of Pernambuco (Goiana, Igarassu, Paulista and Itambé), Paraiba (Alhandra and Caaporã) and Minas Gerais. The focus of the project is on the qualification of educators and managers, which has been identified as a top priority for the education network. About 2,000 teachers will be trained in the next three years. Meanwhile, more than 30,000 students go through an assessment every six month to measure proficiency in subjects such as Portuguese and mathematics. Results guide the training of teachers and the priorities for the development of teaching in the region.


Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) puts great emphasis on the cultivation of talent. Employees are encouraged to grow their job-specific skills, explore opportunities for cross-functional development, and pursue opportunities for leadership roles and career advancement.

You will be encouraged to define your own path at FCA. You can move laterally or upward, and take on opportunities that may be non-traditional for someone with your background. Every day is a chance to learn more about our business and yourself. Some of the educational and development programs available here include:


We offer several distinct Leadership Development Programs (LDPs) to nurture the careers of up-and-coming professionals. Cultivating future leadership talent is essential to maintain our position as a best-in-class organization.


Prepares the leadership for a process of transformation to a more customer-centric and digital mindset-based culture and to guarantee the integration, engagement and collaborative management in FCA.


Focused on the knowledge sharing and business strategic competences, FCA LATAM Academy offers employees training relevant subjects using a methodology that combines theory and practice in short term modules.


This program is designed for employees with the potential to take leadership positions in FCA. Activities include a formation path in different company sectors, along with associated training and opportunities to apply new knowledge in the solution of real business challenges.


FCA Latin American offers a program to include at-risk teenagers in the labor market. In addition to reaffirming collective principles present in a large company, the participation in the program is dependent on good grades in the classroom.

We are also committed to the inclusion of people with disabilities and work to promote the adequacy of physical structures and jobs, as well as the need for leaders and employees to enable the active participation of these professionals in all levels and activities of the organization.

Natã Ramos

Natã Ramos

Shift Manager, Powertrain Betim

I chose to work at FCA because of its importance in the economic, social and technical setting of my region. I had always heard during my technical training about the ability of the professionals and of the company, and this gave me an expectation of professional growth and good career prospects.