Bridgestone Americas, Inc.

  • Tire technician 1 Moncton

    Employee Type
    Temporary Full-Time
    Degree Preferred
    High School
    Requisition ID
    Posted Date
    Functional Area
  • Company Overview

    Employing more than 1 900 people, Bridgestone Canada Inc. (BSCA) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Nashville-based Bridgestone Americas, Inc. whose parent company, Bridgestone Corporation, is the world's largest rubber and tire company. Our Canadian team is composed of the plants in Joliette, Québec and Woodstock, Ontario, the GCR Tires & Service and Firestone Building Product divisions, and the sales team of BSCA. Together, our mission is to serve society with superior quality in order to achieve our common goal, to be the undisputed leader in our industry.


    Position Summary


    Installation and repair of tires for small off road, truck, light truck and passenger vehicles. Ability to complete written work orders related to tire work.  Work under limited supervision. Training provided.




    • Valid driver’s license with clear driving record.
    • High School diploma
    • Tire Service Experience an asset.
    • Capable of lifting up to 100 lbs.
    • French and English written and spoken, an asset



    Bridgestone Canada Inc. and its various divisions are committed to ensuring that people with disabilities have the same opportunity of access to employment opportunities and related services as do all prospective teammates.

    Applicants selected for the job selection process may, upon request, have access in relation to materials and processes that will be used for applicant selection and that take into account their accessibility needs due to disability.

    In addition, we encourage women, Aboriginal people and visible minorities to apply for employment. We thank all interested applicants, however only candidates that meet the essential requirements will be contacted for an interview. 


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