The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company12,842 positions
Goodyear Commercial Tire & Service Centers (CTSC) are owned by Goodyear - which makes them uniquely qualified to offer you trusted tires, reliable services and powerful management tools to help you lower your operating costs.
They will acquire knowledge of the tire manufacturing process, in general, and, more specifically, their department of assignment's operation and how it relates to the overall plant operation.
Goodyear offers you a results-based bonus program, company car and you will get equipment such as a laptop, telephone and additional company benefits.
This role is responsible for the day to day and operational components of Goodyear's relationship with its RPO vendor.
Thank you for your interest in a career at Goodyear Commercial Tire & Service Centers.
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