Jaguar-Land Rover to Create 1,100 UK Jobs

While other automakers are excessively outsourcing as much of their operations as possible, to the extent that even industry analysts can’t keep up, Jaguar remains firmly rooted in the British soil where it was 'born' (at least partially).
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Photo: Jaguar-Land Rover
Instead of building their new XF Sportbrake in China, they will be making it in Castle Browmwich. Along with the new facility, they will be requiring the services of around 1,100 new employees, for which the recruitment campaign has begun today.

The launch of our latest Jaguar models, including the new XF Sportbrake later this year, means it is a very exciting time for Jaguar. These new models will attract new customers to the brand as we look to expand our global reach and further enhance our position in the market” said Dr. Ralf Speth, Jaguar Land Rover CEO.

Jaguar’s HR Director, Des Thurlby said “We have embarked on the most ambitious recruitment campaign in the company’s history, hiring 8,000 people in the last two years. We provide high quality training and development for all of our employees so this latest announcement for 1,100 jobs is great news for the West Midlands and the UK supply chain.

We genuinely appreciate the fact that Jaguar is supporting the fight against unemployment in the UK and not some other country, and we hope they stick to this philosophy in years to come.
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