BorgWarner Makes Transfer Cases
A transfer case is a part of the drivetrain of four-wheel-drive, all-wheel-drive, and other multiple powered axle vehicles. The transfer case transfers power from the transmission to the front and rear axles by means of drive shafts. It also synchronizes the difference between the rotation of the front and rear wheels, and may contain one or more sets of low range gears for off-road use.
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JOBS AT OUR COMPANY
OTHER SKILLS YOU’LL NEED
Technical background is needed for technical positions. We look for employees who are open to change, have a great learning agility, willing to roll up your sleeves and collaborate with others in a respectful manner.
Teamwork and other soft skills are extremely important at BorgWarner. The work cannot be completed in silos. Everyone has to work together to get projects accomplished.
BorgWarner provides financial support for continued education for employees that want to continue to grow their careers at BorgWarner. Many of our employees decided to get their Bachelor's degree while working at BorgWarner.
We encourage you to try anything (as long as it isn't dangerous)! Maybe certain subjects or career areas do not sound interesting at the surface, but dig a little deeper, you might be surprised!
BEST PART OF WORKING HERE
There are always new challenges at BorgWarner as our automotive products continuously change as vehicles continuously change. At BorgWarner you do the job together; it is so much more fun and rewarding to accomplish a hard challenge together than alone.
Know anybody who drives a Ford F-150? The transfer case in that Ford F-150 is build right here in Seneca, SC!
The employment outlook is very promising!
Those 18 years and older are open to apply for any of our positions. For college students there are co-op and internship opportunities available as well.
GOOD TO KNOW
BorgWarner is a company where we follow our strong beliefs:
OUR COMMUNITY SERVICE
BorgWarner is a pillar in the community. In 2020 BorgWarner was hit by a tornado and the community helped us tremendously to rebuild our facility. We want to continue to give back. We promote STE(A)M initiatives at local schools, we donate to organizations such as the Oconee Humane Society, Grace's Closet and many other organizations. This year we set a goal to collect $20,000 for the March of Dimes, an organization which raises critical funds to support mothers and babies. We love our community and want to continue to see our county and the Upstate strive!