Bridgestone's Recruitment campaign for European Technical Center
Published On 04-Jun-2016
Bridgestone Europe has announced its plans to recruit engineers in the coming months at its European Technical Center (TCE). This move is result of Bridgestone's attempt to expand its business in Europe.
The company will be hiring engineers with a wide range of experience, from fresh graduates to highly-experienced ones. The job of the engineers will be to design and develop innovative tyres that can perform well on diverse road and climatic conditions.
Bridgestone Europe CEO Franco Annunziato said, "Bridgestone is the number one tyre and rubber manufacturer in the world and is committed to reinforce its leadership position in the industry also for the future. One of the priority issues in our Corporate Policy, in order to achieve this goal, is to develop human resources capable of global management also in the R&D domain. This calls for a commitment to keep investing in talented engineers and scientists that can make the difference and help us to constantly stay ahead of the curve of the industry regarding the development of leading-edge technologies and systems to best support our business operations."
The company encourages the candidates to engage in an online chat session with various leaders on October 22, 2015. This will allow the candidates to discover more about the opportunities on offer at the TCE and give them an idea of what to expect out of their job role. For more information visit- onedaywith.com/bridgestone/homepage.html. This website was specially created for this recruitment campaign.
Dr Koji Takagi, Managing Director at Bridgestone TCE, said, "TCE is a great place to work and to develop your career at the heart of Bridgestone’s innovation community. This is where our top-notch engineers and technicians develop key technologies for the future. The Candidates will have the opportunity to join a passionate and highly-qualified international team – TCE can be a launch-pad for a globe-trotting career with Bridgestone."