JOBS & CAREERS

Christian Bosowski

We were already part of modern mobility when its history began. In the fifth generation and for more than 135 years we have been “The people with a PASSION for braking performance”. We are engineers, workers, merchants, managers and specialists from all over the world who are constantly looking for people who could support and continue our successful progress.

The vision, ambition, and dreams of our employees are important to us. This is what we offer in return: a fascinating product, working shoulder to shoulder with proud and experienced colleagues, an international organisation in the natural course of time and plenty of challenges. The last 135 years were just the beginning: join us on our way into the future – welcome to the world of brake friction!

Christian Bosowski

Senior Manager People Development

WORKING AT TMD FRICTION

TMD Friction Group is constantly striving to grow its business on a global scale. As such we are continuously on the lookout for highly qualified and motivated people with an entrepreneurial spirit on all entry levels. We offer employment opportunities in twelve countries on five continents.

Each location is part of our global TMD Friction network. Working across countries and locations is our daily business. We are the people with a PASSION for braking performance. When are you joining our team?

OUR VISION

01

We will be world-class suppliers of brake friction solutions; our focus is always on the customer.

02

We will continue to cover the global market for the total life cycle of the vehicle.

03

We will deliver on our promises, creating an invaluable ambitious and motivating workplace.

OUR MISSION

  • To completely satisfy our customers’ needs.
  • To grow sales, profitably and organically through existing and emerging markets.
  • To develop materials and processes, providing world-leading future-proof friction materials.
  • To use regional approaches that are implemented globally.
  • To develop future relationships to remain the leader in braking friction.

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