The Toyota Technical Center campuses in Ann Arbor and Saline expect to hire 150 engineers and technicians this year and another 100 people on top of that over the next five years.
"We're aggressively hiring now," says Bruce Brownlee, senior executive administrator for the Toyota Technical Center. "Hopefully we will have these positions filled within the next 12 months.
The Toyota Technical Center specializes in engineering, design and vehicle evaluation for a range of Toyota's vehicles, including the Avalon, Camry, Sienna, Tacoma, Tundra, Venza and RAV4 EV. The tech center's two campuses employ 1,100 people and between 30-70 interns who do everything from building prototypes to advanced research.
Many of these new jobs will be fore automotive, mechanical and electrical engineers that will focus on powertrain system development. A number of these new hires will also be of advanced research scientists who will work on a number of things, ranging from environmental compliance to engine and transmission development.
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Source: Bruce Brownlee, senior executive administrator for the Toyota Technical Center
Writer: Jon Zemke
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