Tesla continues recruiting in Germany to start active work at Giga Berlin as soon as permission is obtained. The company strives not only to provide jobs but also places for training and dual training.
Recruitment Leader for Giga Berlin at Tesla, Tobias Marmann, announced via LinkedIn that the company is providing both training and dual training positions, supported by a regional partner university. The main criterion for admission is having a qualifying degree from high school/college or a high school diploma. Now is the best time to apply, as training will begin on September 1.
The duration of the training, for some positions, is listed as three years, and interns will receive decent pay, 30 days of vacation, and growth prospects in the company. Tesla is recruiting interns for several positions in various cities:
- Training as a specialist for warehouse logistics (m/f /d) - Gigafactory Berlin - Brandenburg
- Apprenticeship as a vehicle mechatronics technician (m/f /d) system and high-voltage technology - Hamburg
- Apprenticeship as an automotive clerk (m/f /d) - Nuremberg
- Apprenticeship as an automotive clerk (m/f /d) - Hamburg
- Training as IT specialist system integration (m/f /d) - Gigafactory Berlin - Brandenburg
For example, those looking to pursue a bachelor's degree in logistics engineering can achieve this. Students of the dual course of study will study theory at the university and take practical training at Tesla. The company indicated that it has a regional university partner, but did not indicate its name.
This approach is very sensible for Tesla. In fact, most high school graduates do not have the opportunity to do practical training at a large company, and much less do they get the prospect of growing in it. Tesla is trying to nurture professionals itself and thus all participants reap significant benefits from the collaboration.
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Eva Fox joined Tesmanian in 2019 to cover breaking news as an automotive journalist. The main topics that she covers are clean energy and electric vehicles. As a journalist, Eva is specialized in Tesla and topics related to the work and development of the company.