Apprenticeship Anouncement

APPLICATION OPENS: 12:01 am EST March 15, 2016 CLOSES: Midnight April 15, 2016

General Motors – where people come together to build exceptional automobiles and strive toward being the best in technology, safety and innovation. Our facilities manufacture everything from the stamping of pressed metal parts into fenders, hoods and doors, to the casting, machining and development of the world’s best engines and transmissions and finally to vehicle assembly, where everything comes together for paint, trim, fit and finish.

Skilled tradespersons at General Motors are highly trained men and women who build, operate and maintain our complex machinery.  They use precision tools, instruments, and state-of-the-art methods to produce quality products.  Skilled tradespeople are vital members of the movement toward high technology in industry today.  Their jobs require a wide range of knowledge, as well as maturity and independence of judgment.

The UAW/GM skilled trades include occupations in the following areas; Electrical, Mechanical and Engineering / Die Making trades.  Each trade is unique and important to the overall success of our operation and can be achieved by completing the Apprenticeship for the trade desired.

As with all US-DOL registered apprenticeship training programs, the apprentice will enroll in, and complete required classroom training curriculum outlined by their local joint apprentice committee. To complete the apprenticeship requires approximately four (4) years of on the job training along with classroom courses. The blend of on the job training and classroom will vary by trade.

IMPORTANT: To be eligible for consideration, you must be a permanent UAW / GM employee and must complete your application by Midnight, April 15, 2016. NO Applications will be considered after this date.


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General Motors LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer (E.O.E.)
The policy of General Motors is to extend opportunities to qualified applicants and employees on an equal basis regardless of an individual’s age, race, color, sex, religion, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression or protected veteran status.