General Motors hiring 30-50 workers a week at Wentzville plant
WENTZVILLE, MO (KTVI) – The General Motors plant in Wentzville is hiring. The chairman of the United Auto Workers Union says the plant is hiring between 35 to 50 workers a week and it will continue to over the next few months.
Later this year, the plant will add production of re-designed Chevy Colorado and the GMC Canyon. Some of the jobs will be filled by GM workers at other plants who will transfer to Wentzville, but most jobs will go to new hires.
Right now GM is filling salaried positions from an existing labor pool. When that those positions are filled then outside applications will be accepted.
Production employees should seek updates on open positions at Missouri Career Services.
Entry level positions start at $15.78 and hour and increases to $19 after four years.
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