Apollo is recruiting employees for Hungary
Apollo Tyres Ltd. is recruiting employees to work in Hungary at its soon-to-be-built Greenfield facility at Gyöngyöshalász. In the first round, 100 technicians and fresh graduate engineers will be appointed.
This will be followed by a second recruitment drive in second half of this year where 150 additional people will be selected. Although production at the facility will only start at the beginning of 2017, the first batch of employees for the Hungarian factory will be contracted in the beginning of July 2015. Besides technicians and engineers, the company also is seeking applications for various functional areas including administration and logistics.
Announcing the recruitment drive, Kannan Prabhakar, managing director of Apollo Tyres Hungary Kft says, “An exciting task is awaiting us in the next two years as Apollo Tyres looks to work with talented people in Hungary. We have started the recruitment of technicians in several educational institutes in Heves County, with whom we will sign a scholarship agreement in March 2015. These students will receive support from Apollo in their last semester. Also, we are expecting applications for almost all functional areas including maintenance, finance and logistics.”
The first 100 employees will play a key role in this Greenfield facility, the company says. They will participate in two months theoretical training followed by a three-month trip to India, where they will be trained for the Hungarian high-tech factory.
The company will follow a multi-step selection process; the applicants will undergo written and oral tests. The prospective candidates can find the job descriptions on the company’s Facebook page.
The Hungarian facility, once completed, will be the most modern plant of the company. This state-of-the-art factory will have a capacity to produce 5.5 million passenger car and light truck tires and 675,000 heavy commercial vehicle and bus tires per year, mostly for the European market. Apollo Tyres employs 16,000 people worldwide and has manufacturing units in India, Southern Africa and The Netherlands.