Electric car maker Tesla’ next superplant in the U.S. has been set to open in Austin, Texas, on more than 2,000 acres (12,140 acres) and construction is under way. Tesla announced in its second-quarter results on July 22 that it had selected and was preparing construction for its next U.S. superfactory plant, and ceo Musk announced it would be built near Austin, Texas, in a subsequent earnings question-and-answer session.
Although news of the superplant in Austin was officially announced on July 22nd that construction had begun and had only begun at the end of July, they were planning the plant’s construction early on the hiring demand on Tesla’s official website.
Tesla’s official website shows that there are 17 job offers in Austin, Texas, that clearly point to the plant’s hiring needs, and while most of the hiring needs were announced after the plant’s location was announced, it was also announced in January.
The position, which points to demand for jobs at the Austin plant, was first announced on January 6 this year, when it was a senior technical manager in charge of design and construction, and on January 31st it was announced that the recruitment needs of fire engineers had been announced.
In June, Tesla again announced the recruitment needs of two jobs in Austin, the job type in the factory, respectively, the 20th release of the plant infrastructure engineering system engineers engineers, the 30th release of civil engineers.
Hiring demand at Tesla’s Austin plant was widely announced, and 12 of the 17 job requirements announced on the official website were posted after July 22, including building safety managers, building safety experts, structural engineers, safety managers, construction leaders and other jobs related to plant construction.