Chrysler hiring at Windsor Assembly Plant

Chrysler Canada is hiring hourly production workers at its Windsor Assembly Plant.
Unifor Local 444 president Dino Chiodo says about 60 people will eventually be hired. (Canadian Press)

Chrysler Canada is hiring hourly production workers at its Windsor Assembly Plant.

Only candidates referred by full-time employees are eligible to be hired.

Full-time employees are able to refer one person only.

A referral does not guarantee a person will be hired.

Unifor Local 444 president Dino Chiodo says about 60 people will eventually be hired.

The names of the referred candidates will be entered into a lottery. A set number of random candidates will be drawn Aug. 20 and move on in the hiring process.

Chiodo said the last open call for applicants was more than a decade ago.

Chrysler employs about 4,500 hourly employees at its minivan plant in Windsor.

You can see the hiring notice below:

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