BSH Home Appliances is hiring skilled employees for the New Bern location this spring.
John Wilson, director of HR Operations at BSH, said BSH is looking for a dedicated skilled labor team that will be able to hit the ground running with opportunity for accelerated growth.
“We are looking not only within our local community, but reaching folks in other states who are looking for a career change that offers promise and growth in an area that is so desirable,” Wilson said.
The partnership between Craven 100 Alliance and BSH is an example of how the county works together to find and employ skilled labor for a variety of positions.
Jeff Wood, director of Economic Development, emphasized the importance of these relationships as Craven County continues to grow.
“Craven County is a true gem,” he said. “If you have lived here your entire life, you already know that. If you are looking to make a move, you won’t regret it. Craven County is such a unique area and has become a haven for people of all ages. We welcome you to visit here, work here, live here.”
BSH Home Appliance is a leading global brand that focuses on innovation, commitment and open-mindedness. New Bern has been a long-standing manufacturing facility for Gaggenau, Thermador and Bosch brands and is looking to expand.
BSH is a leading employer in Craven County and is looking for skilled workers with the following experience:
- 5 or more years in a highly technical environment
- Tooling experience
- Blue print reading
- Robotics and laser technology
- TPM and preventative maintenance
BSH is looking for quick learners with knowledge of Industry 4.0, recent apprenticeship graduation in a technical leaning discipline or students with a two-year degree in a technical field.
It offers a comprehensive benefits package including paid vacation, holidays, medical, dental, vision, life insurance, disability insurance, educational assistance and a 401(k) plan.
In addition, for those meeting the identified skill needed, BSH is offering relocation assistance.
To apply, go here.