One company. More than 70 locations. A thousand opportunities.

BorgWarner is a global company with strong roots in the Americas, Europe and Asia. With approximately 30,000 people working all over the world, we drive the future of the automotive industry.

Our BorgWarner Turbo Systems division is the global technological leader in developing and producing innovative turbocharging systems, engineered to significantly improve dynamic driving and fuel economy. With talented employees and a global network of locations all over the world we locally support our customers to realize tomorrow´s powertrain technology.

As a global company, we offer many career possibilities. No matter what your specialty is, you can make your ideas and ambitions come true in a variety of fields. We offer challenging work, support professional growth, and provide the opportunity to play a role in shaping the future of the automotive industry.

Examples of assignment


  • PD-Tech Center
  • Design
  • Applications


  • Operations Leadership
  • Manufacturing Engineering
  • Quality

Supply Chain

  • Purchasing
  • Supplier Development
  • Logistics

Sales & Program Management

  • Account Management
  • Market Intelligence
  • Customer Management

Business Support

  • Finance
  • Human Resources
  • IT

The program

As part of the Turbo Graduate Program you will gain comprehensive insight into key roles within our Turbos organization by working three, eight month job rotations. You will actively work on important projects that directly impact the business. The program will offer you opportunities to enhance your skills in cross-functional and cross-geographical assignments. In addition to the “on-the-job” training you will receive, you will be exposed to extensive development programs: Turbo Academy Curriculum, Product Technology Leadership Training, BorgWarner Core Leadership Programs, and in Functional Role Programs will expand your professional development.

Here is an example of a training plan for our Graduate Program participants. Your plan will be coordinated in line with your individual knowledge and goals. Possible assignments include areas such as Engineering, Manufacturing, Supply Chain, Sales & Program Management and Business/Finance.

Example of a training plan for our Graduate Program participants

Three eight-month job-rotations with one fixed and two flexible assignments.