After hiring roughly 100 people earlier this month, the help wanted sign has gone up again outside CAMI Automotive in Ingersoll.
Officials with the plant, which currently employs around 3,100 people, have announced plans to hire up to 120 additional workers in the coming weeks.
“They will be part-time people, considered part-time, but they will be working full-time hours — 40 hours a week. Starting pay is about $20.50 an hour, and they should be around for a long time.” said Unifor plant chairperson Mike Van Boekel.
“We just need more people at the plant, it’s that busy.”
CAMI Automotive assembles the popular Chevy Equinox, and GMC Terrain crossover vehicles.
“This is just more great news — not only for the plant, but for the surrounding community. Any time you’re adding more jobs, it’s great news for the people currently working here, plus younger people — or anyone else currently looking for work.” Van Boekel told AM980.
Anyone interested in applying for one of these positions can follow this link.
Earlier this summer, an annual report from J.D. Power and Associates ranked the CAMI plant in Ingersoll second in North America, and fifth in the world.