Novelis is looking to hire engineers, scientists and technologists.
Thursday, June 14, 2012
A new $30 million Global Research and Technology Center expected to bring 140 jobs to the Kennesaw area will open its doors during a ceremony Friday morning. Novelis, the world's largest supplier of rolled aluminum, announced in May of last year its plans to open the 60,000-square-foot facility at 1950 Vaughn Rd. in Kennesaw. According to a release, the center will develop new products and applications for the automotive, can and electronics industries in collaboration with customers like Jaguar, Coca-Cola and Samsung. The new center features testing laboratories and a pilot beverage canning line. Future plans include a small-scale aluminum rolling mill, the release said. To celebrate the occasion, Gov. Nathan Deal and Kennesaw Mayor Mark …
The aluminum company is opening its Kennesaw center this summer but can't find takers for six-figure-salary positions.
The world's largest producer of rolled aluminum is bringing a seriously high-tech operation to Kennesaw. Cobb County wants to be a center for seriously high tech. But somehow Novelis can't find takers for 20 openings at the technology center it's opening on Vaughn Road this summer, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. Novelis has advertised for technologists, scientists, engineers and machinists since at least January, but even six-figure salaries haven't closed the deal for the Buckhead-based global business. The company has 16 descriptions for active job openings on its website today: I know why I'm not applying for those jobs, aside from the fact that I couldn't be happier than I am at Patch: A prerequisite for any of those jobs is…