Aerotek Hiring Nearly 350 Positions For Volkswagen Group Of America

Thursday, October 10, 2019

Aerotek, a leading provider of recruiting and staffing services, announced nearly 350 job openings for commercial positions with Volkswagen Group of America throughout Tennessee. Interviews will be held on-site at the Volkswagen offices in Chattanooga on Saturday, from 9 a.m.-12 p.m.

 

Aerotek is seeking well-qualified employees with experience in production, manufacturing, machine operation, warehouse or logistics to fill the open positions.

The opportunities are for a contract period and will run up to 24 months. Hourly pay ranges from $14.00 - $16.00 plus an additional $1.50 per hour for night shift.

 

“As the auto industry continues to boom throughout Tennessee, we are thrilled to work side-by-side with Volkswagen to bring these exciting employment opportunities to the area,” said Jen Blackburn, Strategic Account Executive at Aerotek. “With so many open positions available, we encourage those interested to take advantage of the hiring event to learn more.”

 

Interested applicants should come prepared to the interviews with an updated resume and photo ID.

  

Volkswagen Group of America is at 8001 Volkswagen Drive, Chattanooga, Tn. 37416.    

 

For more information, contact Tiara Bouie, 423-242-2666tbouie@aerotek.com or Scott Hennessee, 423-521-2336, shenness@aerotek.com.

 

To find out more information or to view current open positions in Tennessee, visit www.aerotek.com.


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