Jobs

Employees are at the centre of the Tsubaki Automotive business. The company recognises that cultivation and strengthening of human resources is paramount to the enhancement of sustainable growth capacity as is the invigoration of the organisation. Tsubaki Automotive remains committed to developing safe and comfortable workspace environment in which employees can shine.

Working at Tsubaki Automotive Czech Republic

Tsubaki Automotive Czech Republic was established in July 2015. The new plant is currently under construction in the industrial zone Kolín-Ovčáry, Czech Republic. Tsubaki Automotive's new manufacturing plant will be equipped with a high-tech production technology, becoming one of the most modern and vibrant working places in the region.

Tsubaki Automotive will be recruiting its staff in the second half of 2016. All newly hired staff will undergo training at the Tsubakimoto UK manufacturing site in Nottingham early next year.

Currently, we are looking to fill key roles within the following departments:

If you would like to become a part of this new exciting team, please send your CV to HR.automotive@tsubaki.co.uk

More about Tsubaki's employee policy

Tsubaki Automotive guarantees equal employment opportunities and strives to retain a diverse range of employees regardless of nationality or gender. In addition, by shaping a personnel system and corporate culture that support employees in innovation and taking on new challenges, the company promotes a vibrant and comfortable workplace.

Tsubaki Automotive strives to create a system that provides employees with a real sense of job satisfaction, based on fairness and transparency. To raise individual motivation, we employ mechanisms such as a role-based qualification and wage system, performance-based bonuses that reflect corporate performance to a higher degree, and absolute evaluations.

Ongoing strengthening of manufacturing capabilities and passing on technical skills and expertise to young engineers


Tsubaki Automotive are safeguarding the future business by making sure we pass our superb technical skills and knowledge to the next generation of young engineers.

Strengthening and cultivation of human resources compatible with globalisation

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In the past few years, the number of Group's employees positioned overseas increased greatly. In 2015, half of 7,398 employees were based at overseas subsidiaries. The cultivation and strengthening of human recourses compatibility with globalisation has a great importance at Tsubaki. For this reason, Tsubaki Automotive has introduced global trainee system, allowing young employees to be dispatched to overseas subsidiaries for training, but also to invite employees from overseas to undergo training in Japan.

Improvement of employee motivation


Tsubaki Automotive aims to transmit the unique manufacturing DNA throughout the organisation and cultivate human resources capable of creating innovative, globally minded ideas. Tsubaki Automotive conducts various education and training programs targeting a wide range of employees, from young employees to managers.

Safety Measures and manufacturing sites


Throughout the Tsubaki Group, safety is the highest priority. Therefore, working to prevent work-related accidents is the company's continued goal.