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Job Fair Sat. To Fill 200+ Positions At ZF Transmissions In Gray Court

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ZF Transmissions in Laurens County is pairing with Human Technologies, Inc, to accept applications and conduct interviews with qualified candidates from 8 to 11 a.m. at the ZF Transmissions facility in Gray Court. ZF Transmissions in Laurens County is pairing with Human Technologies, Inc, to accept applications and conduct interviews with qualified candidates from 8 to 11 a.m. at the ZF Transmissions facility in Gray Court.
LAURENS COUNTY, S.C. -

A job fair Saturday will be looking to hire more than 200 people in the Upstate.

ZF Transmissions in Laurens County is pairing with Human Technologies, Inc, to accept applications and conduct interviews with qualified candidates from 8 to 11 a.m. at the ZF Transmissions facility in Gray Court.

"As ZF continues to grow and reach full production volumes, establishing a workforce that can maintain our high expectations is paramount," said Ludger Reckmann, Vice President, ZF Transmissions Gray Court.

The following positions are available:

  • CNC Machinists
  • Maintenance Technicians
  • CMM Quality Technicians
  • Metallurgical Quality Technicians
  • Heat Treat Operators

ZF Transmissions is located at 2846 North Old Laurens Road.

Interested candidates who are unable to attend the job fair, can send resumes are to ZFTGreenville@htijobs.com

For more detailed information click here.

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