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Over 670 seek Hyundai jobs at OTC career fair in Statesboro

HMGMA representatives were very encouraged by the large number of people who attended the Career Fair at OTC last week.
Hundreds stood in line to learn more about jobs at Hyundai Metaplant America

More than 670 people showed up last week for Hyundai MetaPlant American's first job fair in Statesboro hosted by Ogeechee Technical College.  

Those who attended the career fair were able to speak to recruiters about the positions, on-job training, company benefits, and the ways their skills can transfer into a future career at the manufacturing facility.

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"HMGMA is extremely pleased at the number of interested applicants who attended the career fair at Ogeechee Tech. We had more than 670 people attend and seek information on career opportunities. This is our first job fair in the Statesboro area," said Bianca Johnson, Assistant Manager of Public Relations for HMGMA. " We were overwhelmed at the response and interest. We are still following up on the applicants and scheduling interviews."

HMGMA is advertising starting pay for production employees at $22.40 per hour and $30.70 per hour for maintenance employees. HMGMA offers a comprehensive compensation and benefit package that is competitive and flexible, designed to contribute to their Meta Pros’ wellbeing, financial security, satisfaction, and work/life balance.


  • 93% company-paid Medical, dental & Vision insurance (starts on Day 1) 
  • 401K Program – up to 6% match: 100% vested at 5 years of service (starts 30 days after start date)
  • Company-paid Life Insurance, AD&D, Short-term Disability and Long-Term Disability

Hyundai Motor Group Metaplant America

Hyundai Motor Group Metaplant America (HMGMA) is Hyundai Motor Group’s first dedicated Electric Vehicle mass-production plant located in Bryan County, GA. The new plant will boast a highly connected, automated, and flexible manufacturing system, which organically connects all elements of the EV ecosystem to realize customer value. The Georgia facility will become an intelligent manufacturing plant. All processes of production—order collection, procurement, logistics and production—will be optimized utilizing AI and data. The innovative manufacturing system will also help create a human-centered work environment with robots assisting human workers.