Tesla is preparing to launch factory tours at their newest location, Giga Berlin. The technology company formerly offered tours at their Fremont facility in California, but discontinued the tours in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. To help manage the new factory tours, Tesla recently posted a job listing for ‘Content and Programs Associate’ at their
German facility. According to the job description, the primary responsibility for this position will be creating and leading “engaging and informative factory tour experiences” for visitors. This position, along with the impending launch of new factory tours, is sure to bring excitement to Tesla enthusiasts and curious visitors alike.
This role will primarily concentrate on factory tours, interact with various stakeholders inside and out of doors the corporate, and assist the work of the Content and Programs Team on site in Berlin. The Content and Programs Associate might be on the forefront of enabling engaging and informative factory tour experiences at Gigafactory Berlin-Brandenburg. This includes but will not be limited to leading tours, presenting compelling content to a broad audience, planning and executing events, and interacting with various stakeholders, each public and internal. This can be a hands-on position that encompasses all points of a people facing role, with a selected affinity for storytelling and presentation. (h/t: u/allhands)
Tesla recently announced a Content and Programs Associate job at its factory in Fremont, California. This new position could possibly mean that Tesla‘s factory tours may be returning soon.
The job description mentions the Content and Programs Associate will “manage tour requests and bookings,” for a “factory tour program.” While it doesn‘t mention who the tours will be open to, the hiring listing could be an indication that Tesla may be restarting factory tours for owners and shareholders alike.
Job posting hints at start of Giga Berlin factory tours
Tesla previously provided free factory tours for owners once a year that lasted around 60 minutes. Visitors were shown parts of the factory in electric carts, similar to what‘s offered in theme parks. In July 2020, CEO Elon Musk tweeted that Tesla may “probably” be restarting tours in a few months.
To get an idea of what a Tesla factory tour might be like, one can watch the tour of its Fremont factory from last year. However, there is no indication on the Tesla Careers website of factory tours taking place in the US.
Overall, Tesla‘s Content and Programs Associate job listing could be a hint that factory tours may be making a comeback soon. Whether they will be tailored to owners or open to most people and shareholders is still uncertain.