Page Overview: Maintenance
The image shows a woman working in maintenance.

JOBS IN MAINTENANCE.

IT IS JUST GREAT WHEN HUMAN AND MACHINE GET ALONG SO WELL.

Production at the BMW Group is highly automated and equipped with the latest technology. But it does not run by itself. Only when the people behind the machines are passionate, driving pleasure can go into series production and take on the dynamic form that makes our vehicles so unique. Both, independently and as a team, they achieve extraordinary things day after day while contributing to making automotive dreams come true.

Our motivated colleagues from the various maintenance teams ensure the high quality of our processes along the entire value chain. They are responsible for the operation, maintenance, inspection and optimization of all automatic systems in the respective production area. In order to successfully meet and exceed these special challenges in the future, we are constantly on the lookout for solution-oriented minds who want to set off with us into a new era of sustainable mobility.

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Hear from our Maintenance team.

The picture shows Tim who works at the BMW Group in Spartanburg.

“The infinite opportunities of growth and development attracted me to a career as an Equipment Maintenance Technician. One of my greatest accomplishments was passing a 2-week Kuka robotics course.”

TIM

The picture shows Nick who works at the BMW Group in Spartanburg.

“I was drawn to the pride BMW has in their product and in their community. I wanted to be in an environment that supports and encourages growth. For me the most exciting project would have to be working with the team that creates the press curves as it is extremely complicated but very fulfilling when you see it working.” 

NICK

This picture shows Christie who works at the BMW Group in Spartanburg.

“I was attracted to BMW because of relentless innovation. Plant 10 has grown exponentially and doesn’t seem to have plans of slowing down. I’m most excited about traveling to Germany and Europe to train abroad.”

CHRISTIE

The picture shows Teddy who works at the BMW Group in Spartanburg.

“I studied mechatronics at Spartanburg Community College. I researched about being in the maintenance field at BMW and it piqued my interest that I would be able to use my knowledge from college to my full capability.”

TEDDY

The picture shows Chris who works at the BMW Group in Spartanburg.

“I was attracted to a career as an equipment maintenance technician because of the troubleshooting aspect and being the first one to respond to any situation. The most exciting accomplishment was getting to be a part of the AGV (Autonomous Ground Vehicle) Program.”

CHRIS

The picture shows Jack who works at the BMW Group in Spartanburg.

“The most exciting project I have worked on is when I coordinated the HLT project to soften pneumatic cylinder actuation to turn containers in our process. This saved equipment and reduced noise level.”

JACK

INSIGHTS INTO MAINTENANCE.

BMW World Class Maufacturing.
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The picture shows Tarik maintaining a production machine.

TARIK TALKS ABOUT HIS WORK AS A MAINTENANCE SPECIALIST.

"I am Tarik and I work as a technical specialist in electrical maintenance. One of the systems we maintain and optimise at the BMW Group is the HEAT rotor, an electrically excited synchronous motor (ESM)."

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