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    Westport, Connecticut (United States)

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Terex Corporation is a $4.5 billion, publicly traded global manufacturer of lifting and material processing products and services. We are passionate about producing equipment that improves the lives of people around the world, and providing our team members with a rewarding career and the opportunity to make an impact. While our operations are global, each office or factory is a close-knit community. We value diversity and inclusion, safety, integrity, respect, servant leadership, courage, citizenship, and continuous improvement. It’s an exciting time to be part of the expanding manufacturing sector – come join us!
Highlights from Terex
  • Terex Jenny Snow-Boscolo

    Meet a Fairygodboss at Terex

    • Name

      Jenny Snow-Boscolo

    • Position

      Senior Director of Customer Support & Business Planning

      Redmond, WA

    Jenny Snow-Boscolo is the Sr. Director of Customer Support & Business Planning at AWP.  She is currently responsible for Customer Service, Commercial Analytics & Production Control, and AWP Commercial Excellence which includes sales operations support and pricing analytics. 

    She started at Genie in 2000 as a manufacturing engineer and has worked in many different parts of the organization with an emphasis on inventory management and large scale system improvements. This includes international experience supporting Cranes when they established their first lean office in Germany (~2004-2005) and developing the Production Control System for our factory in Changzhou China (2009). She also led various lean teams supporting administrative functions like customer service. 

    Jenny has worked in manufacturing for 20 years and was a process engineer at Boeing before joining Genie. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Industrial & Systems Engineering from Georgia Tech. She was a Board member on the regional and national level for AME (Association for Manufacturing Excellence) for over 7 years and is currently serving on the Board of Directors for Enoch Precision Machining in Clackamas, OR. Jenny is also a member of the Women@Terex corporate steering team and a 2016 STEP Ahead award winner, an honor awarded by the Manufacturing Institute.  She was recently honored as a “2017 Woman worth Watching” by Profiles in Diversity Journal.

  • Terex Stacey Babson-Smith

    Meet a Fairygodboss at Terex

    • Name

      Stacey Babson-Smith

    • Position

      Vice President, Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer

      Westport, CT

    Stacey Babson-Smith was named Vice President, Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer in 2008. Stacey joined Terex in 2002 as Corporate Counsel, Human Resources Compliance. In 2005, she was appointed Vice President, Deputy General Counsel, Employment & Global Diversity.

    Prior to joining Terex, Stacey worked at national and global law firms with a specialty in employment law, labor relations, and workforce management, and served on loan to key clients as in-house counsel for employment issues and for delivering full HR support.

    Stacey holds a Juris Doctor degree, cum laude, from Benjamin N. Cardoso School of Law and a Bachelor of Science degree from The Ohio State University.  Since 2002, she has volunteered for Pro Bono Partnership and was awarded Outstanding Volunteer of the Year by that organization.  In 2011, Stacey was named a “Woman Worth Watching” by Diversity Journal Magazine.

  • Terex Marie Engstrom

    Meet a Fairygodboss at Terex

    • Name

      Marie Engstrom

    • Position

      Product Manager

      Redmond, WA

    Marie Engstrom is a Product Manager for Genie Booms, located in Redmond WA.  A key part of this position is connecting with customers to understand what drives their business and how Genie products can provide the most benefit and return on investment.   Her current responsibilities are focused on evolving Genie booms through new product development and process improvement within the Product Management group.

    Marie started at Terex AWP in 2007 as a Design Engineer for Portable Products.  She expanded her equipment knowledge by becoming an Engineering Product Lead for Rough Terrain Scissors and taking on large project roles before moving to Product Management in 2012.  

    Before joining Terex AWP, Marie worked as an automotive Design Engineer designing transmission components for Timken and Ingersoll-Rand.   She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Clarkson University in Potsdam, NY.  She recently completed her Project Management Professional (PMP) certification.

What Women Should Know about Working At Terex
“Our commitment to recruiting, developing and retaining women at Terex is just smart business. As half the population, women offer us a great opportunity to benefit from a wider set of ideas and perspectives which, in turn, will result in a competitive advantage for Terex.” -John Garrison, President & CEO

Terex is committed to the attraction, development and retention of women in line and leadership roles. We monitor our progress in achieving predetermined goals on a quarterly basis. We require a diverse slate of job candidates, and we recognize company contributions based on performance.

Our competitive benefits, such as enhanced maternity leave, secondary caregiver leave and family leave also demonstrate our support for the work/life integration needs of our diverse team members.

Gender diversity statistics

    • Gender diversity information
    • A good mix of both men and women can provide an organization with a broad span of ideas and decision-making skills that can be a true competitive advantage. However -- though women represent roughly half the population -- they are underrepresented in the global manufacturing industry, which includes Terex. This can make it more challenging for their voices to be heard and for them to receive the most appropriate coaching and advancement opportunities. Terex is committed to attracting, hiring and developing a diverse workforce, considering all diversity dimensions. However, while other non-majority groups differ, depending on geography, increasing the number of women in our organization can be pursued and measured at every one of our locations. For this reason, we believe we will see the greatest improvement in overall diversity at Terex if we increase the number of women in our workforce.

Programs, initiatives, groups

    • Additional information
    • We believe that a diverse team is a winning team, and that by increasing the number of women in what is a traditionally male-dominated company and industry, we will benefit from the ideas and perspectives that women bring to business operations and decision-making.

      “Women@Terex” is an action-oriented company-wide (global) initiative aimed at building a more inclusive workplace that offers the professional support needed for female team members to thrive. By doing so, Terex will attract, develop and retain more women and – as an added bonus – we will gain a competitive advantage and create a better place to work for all team members.
    • Unconscious bias training
    • Yes,

      Unconscious bias training has been previously provided via a global webinar and is also available on Terex’s internal training system.

    • Internal mentorship / sponsorship programs
    • Yes, At Terex, we believe in the power of mentorship to build careers. Among other activities, Women@Terex sponsors a self-matching mentoring program and business acumen training available to both women and men.
    • Succession planning initiatives
    • Yes, Terex conducts comprehensive yearly talent reviews at the local and leadership levels where an emphasis on women is a part of the standard process.
    • Diversity initiatives / processes for recruiting
    • Yes, Terex partners with diversity organizations for full-time recruitment purposes and local chapters on college campuses for internship recruitment purposes.
    • Executive coaching
    • Yes

Flexible working

    • Flexible working policies
    • Terex is currently piloting a formal flexible work arrangement program in several locations in the US where team members can choose their work time, their work day, and their work place. The intent of this program is to help team members better meet the demands of their personal and professional lives.
    • Remote working
    • Yes, Remote working is a part of our flexible work arrangement program being piloted in the US.

Parental Leave

    • Overview: Parental leave policies
    • Under the Terex Extended Maternity Leave, a team member may receive up to ten (10) weeks of 100% paid leave for the purpose of giving birth to and taking care of a newborn child(ren).

    • Paid maternity leave
    • Yes, 10 weeks of 100% paid leave
    • Paid paternity leave
    • Yes, 2 weeks of 100% paid leave
    • Adoptive paid leave
    • Yes, 2 weeks of 100% paid leave
    • Short-term disability benefits
    • Yes
    • Additional short-term disability info
    • The 100% paid leave under the Terex Extended Maternity Leave is achieved by supplementing a team member’s Short-Term Disability (STD) compensation with Extended Maternity Leave pay. Specifically, this extended leave benefit and STD run concurrently. Team members who are STD eligible and have been approved for maternity leave will be paid 67% of pay for a period of 6 or 8 weeks, depending on the type of delivery.

Care-taking benefits

    • Care-taking benefits information
    • In addition to our maternity and second caregiver leaves, Terex offers Family Leave. This is a period of approved time off to care for an immediate family member who has a serious health condition.  Terex team members may be eligible for 100% of pay for one leave of up to two (2) consecutive weeks per rolling 12-month period.

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