General Motors is looking for 3,000 engineers, software developers and designers to expand its electric vehicle capabilities.
"GM will offer more remote [working] opportunities than ever before as development of autonomous and electric vehicles and advanced platforms like the Ultium battery system continue at a fast pace," the automaker says in a news release.
It plans to fill the technical positions by March and is recruiting electrical system engineers, controls engineers, "infotainment" software engineers, and developers for Java, Android, iOS and other platforms.
Openings in Warren, Detroit and Milford are listed here, along with positions elsewhere. Immediate openings include 168 engineering jobs and 90 in information technology.
One of the automaker's branding slogans says: "Our electric future is now." In Monday's announcement, president Mark Reuss says the hiring blitz "will clearly show that we’re committed to further developing the software we need to lead in EVs, enhance the customer experience and become a software expertise-driven workforce."