With the start of Infiniti Q30 production approaching, Nissan is bolstering its work force at its Sunderland, UK factory. Nissan is adding 300 jobs to its Sunderland factory in advance of the start of Q30 (and later QX30) production.
Nissan says that the 300 new recruits are needed to "join the company ahead of the start of production of the Q30 later this year."
Nissan has made a heavy investment into the Sunderland plant. The investment has increased the size of the plant by 25,000 feet squared. That new space encompasses a new body shop, and an updated trim and chassis assembly line.
The Q30 will be the first Infiniti vehicle built in Europe. Being a global model, the Q30 will then be shipped to markets worldwide, including the USA and China. The QX30 will also be built at Sunderland shortly after the Q30 begins production. The QX30 is a compact crossover, and is the sibling of the Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class.
If you live near Sunderland and are interested in a job at the plant, you can apply to Nissan through the following website: www.carerrsatnissan.co.uk.