Elon Musk Tweets Giga Berlin Requirements for Tesla Application
CEO Tesla tweeted the requirements for engineers to apply for work at the company's Giga Berlin in Germany on Friday — and in addition to a resume, Musk also wants applicants to show-off their problem-solving prowess.
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When sending your resume, please describe a few of the hardest problems you solved & exactly how you solved them— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 6, 2020
Elon Musk tweets requirements for applying to Giga Berlin
"When sending your resume, please describe a few of the hardest problems you solved & exactly how you solved them," wrote Tesla CEO Elon Musk.
This comes on the heels of a tweet from the tech superstar on Thursday, when he announced Giga Berlin was officially recruiting engineers.
Recruiting ace engineers for Giga Berlin! Will interview in person tomorrow on site. Send resume to 25Guns[at]Tesla.com.— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 5, 2020
"Recruiting ace engineers for Giga Berlin! Will interview in person tomorrow on site. Send resume to [email protected]," tweeted Musk.
Just looking for problem-solvers who get things done with a high sense of urgency. Don’t care if or where they went to school.— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 6, 2020
UPDATE Nov. 6, 11:20 AM EST: Musk looking for 'problem-solvers who get things done'
Musk added to his requirements for candidate applicants of Giga Berlin, clarifying the kind of engineers he wants to work with him at Tesla's newest factory.
"Just looking for problem-solvers who get things done with a high sense of urgency. Don't care if or where they went to school," Musk tweeted in reply to a question from another Twitter user — who asked whether the company is recruiting for "all roles (software, hardware, manufacturing, autopilot, design) or only limited to manufacturing."
Tesla has emphasized its aim to make Giga Berlin as eco-friendly as possible — sporting a roof covered in solar panels to generate renewable electricity. The factory design itself is a testament to the kind of engineer Elon Musk wants — forward-thinking, inventive, totally dedicated to pushing the limits in several industries, but also with the self-awareness to plan for a sustainable future.