Mission: Serving society with superior quality.
We are thrilled to share Bridgestone Tower has received a LEED Gold certification! It was our goal from day one, and we are proud do our part to support the sustainability of our hometown of #Nashville. Learn more: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQxNU.
WE ARE SO MUCH MORE THAN TIRES
We challenge ourselves to be innovative. As a leader in the tire and rubber-related industries, our goal is to further serve society and respond to customer needs. Bridgestone Americas and its subsidiaries are recognized internationally for producing a variety of quality products, including building and industrial materials, natural rubber, and industrial fibers and textiles as well as its retreading operations throughout the Western Hemisphere.
We aspire to offer the best for our customers and to society, not only in terms of our products, services and technology, but in all of our corporate activities. Our commitment to quality stems not from want of profit, but from a passion for improving the safety and lives of people everywhere. Through our Mission, we strive to be a company trusted by the world - a company in which all of us can take great pride.
Today, Bridgestone Americas consists of an international family of enterprises with 52 production facilities and more than 50,000 employees throughout the Americas.
There has never been a more thrilling and rewarding time to be a part of Bridgestone. You can feel transformation here. We’re an organization committed to the customer and to providing opportunity for our employees. When we work together we succeed together and elevate what it means to be Bridgestone. We are a global community of people driven to be the leaders in our industry.
At Bridgestone, we know that the present and future success of our business relies heavily on the development of our teammates. We continue to make investments in programs, curriculum and training that will help our teammates identify and achieve their aspirations.
We offer teammates a variety of educational and exposure opportunities to best meet their needs and schedules. These include e-learning courses, instructor-led seminars, and multi-week development programs.
At the core of our talent development program is the Integrated Talent Management System (ITMS), where teammates can work with management to implement a development plan tailored to their interests and skills sets. Throughout the year, trainings are offered on the ITMS cycle to ensure teammates have a thorough understanding of this development resource.
At Bridgestone Americas, our journey to be a Premier Place to Work demands that we help set you up for success. So you can develop your skills, expand your knowledge, and be proud of your work and your growing contribution. Whether you work in a store, in a manufacturing plant or in a corporate office, we have programs and tools designed to help you reach for success.
You strive to lead; we recognize it, we promote it. Commitment and performance at Bridgestone are rewarded with growth.
At Bridgestone, we are committed to creating a premiere place to work. Innovation isn’t just technological – it’s woven into the fabric of our culture. Here you are part of a team that energizes and empowers you, while displaying respect for what drives you. Having one of the best work experiences will in turn create a great experience for customers. At Bridgestone, we refer to the customer as “THE BOSS” and we recognize that going the extra mile for that customer is only possible if you feel Bridgestone doing the same for you.
We welcome those who welcome change and reward those who make positive change of their own. We renew our commitment to you. As you experience success individually, it creates a ripple effect and we all become better.
Trust your talent; trust the journey. Be Bridgestone
After an extensive review of various options for our new North American headquarters, Bridgestone Americas is building new facilities in downtown Nashville that will serve as the main office for Bridgestone Americas, Inc., Bridgestone Americas Tire Operations North America and Latin America, Bridgestone Retail Operations, Firestone Building Products and Firestone Industrial Products.
Bridgestone Americas is in the midst of an important transformation – one that positions the company for future success and sustainability to finally unite the company under one roof. This best positions us to develop a combined talent pool and a culture where we can collaborate and innovate together. The move to a combined headquarters helps build a stronger Americas Strategic Business Unit and contributes to the goal of being integrated across the company’s businesses and around the globe.
We will expand our investment in downtown Nashville, just a couple of blocks from the arena that bears our name. Bridgestone and Nashville have formed deep ties over the last 22 years, and we are proud to strengthen our presence in the community. Downtown Nashville is a vibrant and growing community that offers us great brand exposure, visibility and access to the lifestyle amenities that will help us recruit, retain and satisfy our great team.
THE POSITIVE EFFECT
This is a pivotal time in Bridgestone Americas’ history, and one that will have tremendous positive effects on our culture. Our teammates will gain greater visibility among other branches of the business and have more access to opportunities in Bridgestone. Opportunities to participate in a transformation this significant may come along once in a career.
We invite you to join our journey to create an environment that supports true innovation, career fulfillment and long-term success.
I worked at Bridgestone Americas full-time
Competitive pay and bonus, plenty of opportunities for advancement.
Very corporate feel, too many meetings, too many bosses
I applied online. The process took 5 weeks. I interviewed at Bridgestone Americas (Nashville, TN) in October 2016.
Applied on the Bridgestone website, heard back from HR rep a couple of days after the job posting closed. Had an initial interview with HR rep, she basically just gave me an overview of the position and wanted to make sure I was still interested. We then set up a phone interview with the Engineering manager of the team. He was very nice, and very straightforward about the process and position. Asked questions about my resume and experience. After this interview I heard from HR rep about 1.5 weeks to set up final on-site interview.
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