Posted by Willy Franzen on January 4, 2008. Jobs updated daily.
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|Engineer I, IT|
So, we’re still on vacation here at One Day, One Job. We didn’t tell you, but for the past week our daily posts have been coming from a tropical island with poor wireless Internet coverage. We thought there’d be at least one rainy day where we could finish off our posts and act like no vacation ever happened, but, unfortunately for you, the weather has been beautiful. On that note, today’s post is going to be a quick run down of what Tesla Motors does and why they look like a cool company for college seniors to research for career opportunities.
Tesla Motors is a company that designs and builds electric cars. Not a company that is going to. One day. They’ve already done it. Their Tesla Roadster does zero to sixty in four seconds and will go 220 miles on a single charge. Not only are these cars solving the problem of dependence on foreign oil, they’re also fun to drive (no, we haven’t actually driven one, we could be wrong). What better way to introduce electric cars to the masses than build high performance sports cars that are entirely gas free?
Because of the nature of what they do, many of the jobs at Tesla Motors are extremely technical. Even non-engineering jobs require a firm understanding of how electric cars work. There are a ton of job posted, many of which seem to be pretty advanced. Many of the job descriptions use words and acronyms that we don’t even recognize, but the people Tesla Motors wants will know exactly what they’re talking about. A few examples of positions that might be appropriate for new college grads include Battery Test Engineer, Electro-Mechanical Technician and Desktop Technician.
Tesla Motors is offering jobs working around fascinating technology. If you have a background in engineering or just love cars, do some research using the links below and search for an opening that will put your skills, knowledge, and passion to use. If you can’t find a opening that fits, Tesla’s employment page has a list of e-mail addresses for you to send applications for unlisted positions.
Note: On April 23rd we revisited entry-level jobs at Tesla Motors.
Links to Help You Begin Your Research
There’s a 30% chance of thunderstorms here tomorrow, but unless the wireless network goes down again, we promise we’ll have our first non-profit job of the New Year. Even if it means leaving the beach a little early.
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