Tesla releases Megafactory preview for hiring ramp


Tesla gave an overview of its Megafactory, the manufacturing facility for its Megapack batteries.

The video showed massive machines building Tesla’s Megapacks and the people involved in its manufacturing process from start to delivery. Tesla posted the video on LinkedIn and invited eligible applicants to join the company and work at its mega-factory.

A look at the jobs posted for the Megafactory shows that Tesla is looking for candidates in the following categories: manufacturing, engineering and IT, automotive service, construction and facilities, and supply chain. Vacancies in the megafactory cover a wide variety of jobs, from technical writer and welder to quality supervisor and NPI technician.

In the engineering and IT department, Tesla is looking for a control engineer, a manufacturing equipment engineer and a test engineer. The Megafactory has two positions in the Vehicle Service Department: one for a Calibration Technician and another for a Quality Systems Associate.

Under Construction and Facilities, Tesla is seeking a Senior Facilities Mechanical Engineer and an Electrical Journeyman. Then there are three openings under the supply chain: warehouse program manager, materials planner, and technical project manager for production control.

Tesla reported significant growth in its solar and power deployment in the third quarter. Request for the Megapack seems to stay solid.

“Energy storage deployments increased 62% year-over-year in the third quarter to 2.1 GWh, by far the highest level we have ever reached. This level of growth was achieved despite semiconductor challenges which continue to have a greater impact on our Energy business than on our Automotive business.

“Demand for our storage products continues to exceed our supply capacity. We are increasing the production of our dedicated site 40 GWh Megapack Plant in Lathrop, Calif., to meet growing demand,” the company said in its Q3 2022 update letter.

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Tesla previews Megafactory amid hiring ramp






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