A company will host a job fair to fill positions at Nissan's manufacturing facility this Saturday.
The fair will be held on June 1 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Tennessee Career Center in Murfreesboro located at 1313 Old Fort Parkway, as well as at the Middle Tennessee Education Center on 200 Dover Street in Shelbyville.
According to WGNS Radio, Yates Services is hosting the job fair and looking to fill long-term, full-time off shift contractor positions for Nissan's Vehicle Assembly and Electric Vehicle Battery Plant.
One of the positions at the fair will be for assembly and production associates with a starting hourly pay of $15.25 progressing to $19.25 off shift.
After two years of continuous service as a Main Line Production Associate, employees can be considered for conversion from a Yates employee to a Nissan employee.
Main Line Production Associate jobs include benefits such as 14 paid holidays and up to 80 hours of paid vacation time.
A full benefits package will be offered after 90 days via Blue Cross Blue Shield health plans, dental, vision, life insurance and AD&D.
Educational assistance also offered after two years continuous services as a Main Line Production Associate.
Applicants must have a high school diploma or GED as well as speak, read and write fluent English.
They must also have a stable work history and a verifiable high school attendance record.
Yates is also hiring for nights, afternoons, weekends and rotating shifts for the following jobs:
Material Handling — forklift experience required; $13.25 progressing to $15.75 off shift
Industrial Maintenance — graduate and have a diploma through an industrial maintenance course; off shift starting pay rate $19.00 progressing to $28.94
Tool and Die Maker — experience required (welding, CNC, hand grinding)
Warehouse/Production Support — off shift starting pay rate $12.00 progressing to $13.25
Anyone who wishes to partake in the job fair is required to bring a resume and two forms of identification. Driver's license and social security card are preferred.
If the applicant has an out-of-state driver's license, they will need to bring proof of Tennessee residency.