Wanna Help Ford Build F-150s, and Get Paid? Here’s Your Chance!

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Ford is looking to fill future temporary positions at plant responsible for F-Series Super Duty transmissions.

Admit it. You’ve always dreamed of being a part of the team that makes the F-150, the F-Series Super Duty, and the Expedition. Well, here’s your chance, especially if you live near/would like to move to the Cincinnati suburb of Sharonville, Ohio.

According to Dayton, Ohio, newspaper Dayton Daily News, the Ford transmission plant in Sharonville is currently accepting employment applications “for jobs that will eventually be created” at the 182-acre plant.

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Established in 1958, the Sharonville plant is responsible for providing 6R140 transmissions to the Ford F-Series Super Duty (built down the road in Louisville, Kentucky), as well as manufacturing gears for 6R80, 6F35, and 6F50/55 transmissions used by the F-150, Transit, and Escape. A total of 1,650 employees work there, with all but 200 doing so full-time.

2018 Ford F-150 at sunrise

Ford human resources associate Liz Runyan says the company is planning to hire “temporary part-time employees to work on transmission and gear manufacturing.” The applications are for future positions, with no set number of hirees planned at this time.

2018 Ford Expedition Max

If you’re interested in putting your stamp on the next gear to send all of that horsepower to the pavement beneath the F-150 and Super Duty pickups, applications are being accepted through the local employment services organization Ohio Means Jobs¬†until July 31. The organization conducted a job search for Ford earlier in 2018. Per its business services manager, Melissa O’Brien, working for Ford is a chance at “long-term stability” on the job, as well a chance to “transfer within the company” to the many plants around the United States.

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