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Knoxville, TN - Technology Center

About BSH Home Appliances Corporation - Knoxville, TN BSH Knoxville is the Design/Development center for refrigeration products in the North American Region. Established in late 2015, this team will be responsible for developing the next great BSH kitchen appliance. This newly assembled team is made up of some of the top refrigeration design/developers from around the globe. This knowledge will ensure that BSH Knoxville will introduce a refrigeration collection designed in North America that meets the wants and needs of the North American consumer.

About Knoxville, TN The Knoxville Metropolitan area has a population of 800,000. Knoxville has a small town feel but has all of the conveniences of a large city. Within a 30 minute drive from downtown, you have the Great Smokey Mountains National Park and 5 recreational lakes. The Knoxville Metropolitan Area also includes Oak Ridge which hosts one of the country's 5 national labs and is a technology corridor, the University of Tennessee "Go Vols", numerous greenways and bike trails, and a downtown full of art and entertainment.

Combine the area's picturesque beauty with the low cost of living and it is easy to see how people quickly fall in love with this region. The state of Tennessee does not collect income tax and Knoxville's cost of living index is 11 percent lower than the U.S. average.

At BSH Knoxville, we are making dreams a reality.
Knoxville, TN - Technology Center

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Operating in the United States under the brands, Bosch, Thermador and Gaggenau, BSH Home Appliances Corporation is highly regarded as a market leader for innovation in home appliance technology. As an international group with over 12.6 billion in annual sales and more than 56,000 employees, we continually strive to engage our dedicated customers around the world through intelligent engineering, streamlined design and a distinct ease of use.

When I interviewed with BSH, I saw a company looking to invest in young employees not for a period of time... but for a lifetime.
Amanda Pegg