Tesla posts another ‘high-volume’ recruiter job in Quebec

It has been fairly quiet over the last month or so regarding Tesla’s possible expansion into Canada, after a flurry of rumours and comments from Canadian government officials that began earlier this summer.

The odds of the automaker opening an advanced manufacturing facility north of the border have increased again with a new job posting published on Tesla’s Careers website.

In early September a job posting was published seeking a Recruiter based in Montreal. The job posting excited Tesla fans in Canada as the description said it would be for a “high volume, extraordinary recruiter.”

That wording has been used before, in job postings leading up to the opening of new Gigafactories, where they are obviously hire thousands of workers to help get the factory up and running.

Now there is another recruiter position available in Quebec. This time it is for a Recruiting Coordinator, and the position will be based in Laval.

The job posting was added to Tesla’s website just yesterday, October 24, and as before the description references working with high-volume recruiters. (via Electrek)

Join the Field Recruiting Candidate Experience Team!

Work closely with high-volume Recruiters in a fast-paced organization. We see our candidates as our guests, and we are their hosts. Act as a guide for candidates through the onboarding process ensuring a smooth candidate experience.

The possibility of a new Tesla factory in Canada started when CEO Elon Musk said earlier this year in an internal meeting that they were considering sites in both Canada and Mexico for the next North American Gigafactory.

Since then we have learned that Tesla has been actively lobbying and meeting with the Canadian government to setup an ‘advanced manufacturing facility in the country.

There have also been several meetings between Tesla and federal officials, the most recent being when François-Philippe Champagne, Canada’s Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry travelled to Tesla’s Fremont factory last month.

Canadian Government in talks with Tesla over factory in Canada: Federal Minister

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