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Schneider Electric is known as a global leader in energy management. We offer a variety of products and services that help our customers make better use of their energy. Some of the primary products we assemble in Seneca are Motor Control Centers, Enclosed Drives, and Panelboards.

We don't make products that most people are familiar with, but we help people make the most of their energy and make businesses more sustainable. That means we help companies use less energy which helps save our Planet. For those interested in the environment, a career at SE can be very rewarding. You could start in Seneca, SC, and have an opportunity to see the whole world.


In our Seneca facility we need Engineers, Maintenance Technicians, Production Associates, Accountants, Quality Technicians and Managers.

Some positions within the plant/manufacturing area require a minimum of a high school diploma, but many positions require two-year degrees from schools such as Tri-County Technical College. Engineering and other professional positions require a 4-year degree from an accredited university such as Clemson, USC, Ga Tech, etc.


You'll want to work on skills in communication (speaking and writing), computers and software, mathematics, problem solving, team work, and also must be able to work independently with little supervision.

Although the use of technology today might sometimes limit personal interactions, being able to speak to people, and communicate with different types of people is critical to being successful in our organization.


At Schneider Electric career growth opportunities are extensive. We have over 135,000 employees working in more than 100 countries. We offer a broad range of educational opportunities and training that provide the knowledge and skills to advance your career and open doors to growing career possibilities within our company.


Being at Schneider Electric means exploring new technologies to apply in our factories like using automated guided vehicles to move things around, robots to do welding, lasers to cut steel, or drones to fly around our warehouse to count things.


Schneider Electric is a Fortune 500 Company that made 27 Billion Euro in revenue in 2019, and made Forbes 2019 list of America's Best Employers.


A career in Engineering has typically been a steady career path. At Schneider Electric, we employ many Engineers. A degree in most engineering disciplines would put you in a great position for a career with our company.


We have Co-Op/Apprenticeship programs for students at Technical Colleges, Intern programs with Clemson and other Universities across the country. We also have an Advanced Development rotational program for college graduates to work in multiple locations in the US for their first two years with us.


We encourage you to learn more about computers and coding. As the world becomes more digital, skills with computers and coding become more important.


Schneider Electric is committed to giving back and supporting the communities we live and work in every day. We have a robust company foundation that supports volunteerism and fundraising among our employees with strong partnerships with organizations such as Habitat for Humanity, American Red Cross, and Make a Wish Foundation.