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Graniteville, SC—

readySC, on behalf of Bridgestone Americas Tire Operations, announced Tuesday that they will immediately begin taking applications for 25 engineering and 50 engineering technician positions at their Graniteville facility.

readySC is assisting BATO with the recruiting and initial training of their workforce for their new off-road radial facility and expansion of their existing facility.

“Bridgestone Americas is very excited to begin the process of recruiting for this project. We are seeking both entry-level and experienced engineers and engineering service technicians,” said Fran Jones, vice president of Administration Services Division. “Our company continues to be successful as an organization due in large part to our hard-working employees. We look forward to adding to this workforce in South Carolina.”

the company is seeking both electrical and mechanical engineers along with engineering technicians. To find out more about the positions available and begin the application process, please visit www.readySC.org/BATO.

Interested candidates with questions about the application process can email [Link Removed]

****This is on our local news.  So for those of you who are looking for jobs...or have loved ones looking...this might be for you.  It’s a great facility and place to work.  Great benefits and they pay well.  

Graniteville, SC...it’s about 20 minutes from Augusta, GA.  happy


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