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ZF seeks to fill 200 positions

Staff Report
Published Nov. 6, 2012

ZF Transmissions LLC is seeking to fill 200 positions at its Gray Court facility.

Human Technologies Inc. is recruiting for direct-hire positions of assembly, machine operators, CNC machinists, maintenance technicians, quality technicians, manufacturing engineers, quality engineers, cost analysts, and material and production planners.

ZF will produce eight- and nine-speed transmissions at 2846 Old Laurens Road in Gray Court. The facility plans to go into full production in the second quarter of 2013. The ZF Group previously announced plans to invest $430 million and create more than 1,200 jobs at the facility.

HTI will host a job fair to accept applications and conduct interviews with qualified candidates from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday at the TD Convention Center, 1 Exposition Drive in Greenville.

“As we gear up to start producing the 8HP and 9HP transmissions, we are pleased to announce that we will be adding new people to the ZF family. We expect to hire over 200 people in the first quarter of 2013,” said Marisa Middaugh, human resources process manager for ZF Transmissions Gray Court, in a news release.

For interested candidates that cannot attend the job fair, email resumes to HTI.

The Friedrichshafen, Germany-based ZF Group is a worldwide automotive supplier for driveline and chassis technology. It has 70,000 employees and 117 production locations in 26 countries. ZF has 17 production locations in North America, with a total workforce of 6,100. Of those, 12 locations are in the U.S. with 3,170 employees.

ZF parts are in major car brands, such as BMW, Chrysler, Ford, GM, Toyota, Volkswagen and Hyundai Kia Automotive.

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