Jaguar Land Rover Recruting Engineers for Hybrid Developements

Last week we reported that Tata Motors, the owner of Jaguar Land Rover, secured a 340 million pounds loan form the European Investment Bank, destined for the development of hybrid Jaguar and Land Rover cars.

Now that it has the financial resources to develop future electric and hybrid vehicles, Jaguar Land Rover introduces a recruiting campaign: the company plans to employ 50 engineers with experience in areas including electrical infotainment, software and hybrid engine technology. These will be part of a special team that will have the aim of developing the company’s electric vehicles.

The campaign will be brought to the public’s attention through multiple media channels, led by Jaguar Land Rover’s career dedicated website.

We are looking for specialist engineers to develop the next generations of world-class Jaguars and Land Rovers. This new recruitment program is in addition to the 80 new engineering graduates and 45 engineering apprentices who will join the company in September. "Jaguar Land Rover is one of the biggest automotive recruiters in the UK and already this academic year we have received 4,500 graduate applications.” said Des Thurlby, Jaguar Land Rover’s HR Director.

"We are investing hundreds of millions of pounds over the next few years in research and development and this will present great opportunities for talented engineers with a passion for our brands." he added.

If you wish to become one of JLR’s "electricformers", you can get more information on the subject by visiting this link. Before you click it, we have only one thing to tell you: please don’t develop a hybrid car based on one of Jaguar’s hot “R” versions.
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