Recruitment drive for new engineers and R&D staff launched at Porsche

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Porsche plans to hire more than 1,400 new employees in the Stuttgart region of Germany to work on the development and production of its first all-electric sports car.

The company plans to recruit experts in the fields of digitalization, e-mobility, smart mobility and vehicle connectivity. Porsche will also focus on recruiting production planners familiar with Industry 4.0 and digital production and will hire more than 100 IT specialists as well.

In addition, the newly established company, Porsche Digital, will soon be offering 50 jobs to creative individuals in order to integrate the latest technologies into mobility solutions for the premium vehicle segment. Porsche will also increase apprentice numbers from 150 to 220.

Porsche notes that it offers challenging assignments and a modern working environment in order to attract the most talented individuals.

August 4, 2016

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