At a time when businesses around the world are cutting jobs due to the coronavirus crisis, Nikola is opening its doors to new employees – and the US start up said it has hundreds of positions available.
Nikola announced a $3.3bn merger last month with publicly traded special purpose acquisition company VectolQ Acquisition Corp. that allows the Arizona-based company to become the first publicly traded hydrogen fuel cell and battery-electric heavy-duty truck manufacturer.
“It seems a lot of incredible people are getting laid off and we want to help fill our roles as quickly as possible to help avoid disruptions in families and finances,” Trevor Milton, CEO of Nikola, said in a post on LinkedIn.
Milton said the best way to get hired is through Nikola’s career page.
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