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Drive your career forward with a job at Tesla Motors

Today CNN Money announced Tesla Motors’ outstanding performance in the fourth annual March Stock Mania contest in which the electric motor company beat Google by a small margin. With a total of 32 companies as contestants, Tesla Motors ran alongside various well-established companies such as IBM, Boeing, and Coca-Cola and topped these enterprises with the highest votes.

For Oakland job searchers, this is great news, as Tesla Motors stands as a viable option for launching a successful career with a very promising technology company with locations across the San Francisco Bay Area.

According to Indeed.com, there are over 100 job openings available with Tesla Motors, primarily located in Fremont, its manufacturing and production hub and Palo Alto, the company's headquarters. From professions in skilled labor, to product development, sales and management, Tesla Motors offers a dynamic work environment with the ability to employ talent in a diverse group of fields.

Some of the current openings include Analysts, Building Managers, Associate Product Managers and Material Handlers. Additionally, Tesla Motors also needs to fill finance administration and human resources positions such as Benefits and Compensation Analysts, and Accountants. Salary with Tesla Motors ranges from $40,000 to $110,000 based on the positions presently open.

Although Tesla Motors currently only produces one car make, the Model S, this electric machine has been bragged about as the best car that has ever been test driven by the Consumer Reports team. This electric car company has proven its endearment in making one very exceptional product which is greatly reflected in the success of its stock market shares up nearly 45% in 2014 so far.

Visit the Tesla Motors website and career page to learn more about the company and to apply for job openings. Also, remember to update your resume and cover letter before applying. Career counseling professionals like Orchid Media & Design and others can help job hunters prepare themselves for the application and interview process.