If you like the new car smell, here's a chance for you: Toyota
"We recently went through a $ 600 million expansion … and we're trying to hire 400 additional team members," Millie Marshall, president of Toyota Motor Manufacturing in Princeton, Indiana, said.
We are trying to hire 400 more team members.
There are several Toyota manufacturing facilities that hire, including an engine plant and a joint production facility, both in Huntsville, Alabama.
To get the job, you need to move to the factory site.
"We have historic unemployment, and [Indiana] is a major manufacturing state," Marshall said.
Marshall said they must dismantle giving the myth of what a production job is today.
"It's not like a [1960s] job where your grandfather worked," Marshall said. "It was dirty and unsafe and dark. [Now,] We have the latest technologies, [it’s] very safe and our team members love to work here."
Our team members love working here.
Marshall added that the company wants to build the cars where they sell the cars. So even though Toyota is a Japanese carmaker, they want to hire American workers to make the cars it sells in the United States
"It is important that not only do we invest here, but that we hire the people in the communities where we build and sell, "she said.
They plan to produce 40,000 new cars in the coming years.
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