NISSAN’S Sunderland plant is looking to fill 50 posts as it begins building the new-look Juke.
The car giant has launched a recruitment drive for maintenance professionals, with posts available for experienced technicians to support high volumes across vehicle, powertrain and battery facilities.
Vice-president for Manufacturing in the UK, Kevin Fitzpatrick, said: “The launch of the new Juke further strengthens Nissan’s command of the crossover market.
“With a new Qashqai and now a new Juke in production at Sunderland, the crossover has become part of this plant’s DNA.
“This significantly revised new Juke is another example of how we never stand still at Nissan, so we are looking for experienced maintenance professionals, who can help us build on our recent achievements and support the efficient running of the plant.”
Positions currently being advertised within the factory’s maintenance department include electrical and mechanical maintenance technicians and supervisors.
The company’s careers website www.careersatnissan.co.uk has details of all the current vacancies.