Pinnacle Industries has announced one of the largest women-only recruitment campaigns christened as ‘EvolutioNARI,’ widening the pool of women workforce in the automotive manufacturing sector.
According to the company, which makes seating systems, automotive interiors, railway seating and speciality vehicles, the recruitment campaign will offer women the chance to restart their careers, polish their skills, gain new proficiencies, and help them reassimilate into the corporate culture enabling them to thrive in a supportive and diverse work environment.
The first recruitment drive will be conducted from 23rd to 24th February 2023 at its manufacturing facility in Pithampur. The company encourages all women engineers and professionals who meet the job qualifications and requirements to apply, regardless of their career break duration.
To kick off, Pinnacle Industries is targeting to hire mechanical, electrical, and robotics women engineers with at least one year of experience. The company is also looking to hire skilled professionals under R&D, Purchase, Tool, Operations, Tailoring, Stores, Administration, HR, and Finance. The company is also providing immediate joining to qualified women candidates with a reduced probation period and retention bonus.
The company is confident that the women professionals and engineers hired through this recruitment campaign will bring fresh perspectives, inclusivity, creativity, renewed energy, and innovation to the table and help the company achieve its growth objectives.
Arihant Mehta, President, Pinnacle Industries, said, 'We strongly believe that with the increased women talent pool, we will be able to create a more holistic and inclusive workplace, which is a strong growth driver for innovation, precision, and outclass performance. We recognise that women's talent continues to represent an underutilised resource, especially in the automotive & manufacturing sector. With this initiative, we are looking to gain a competitive advantage by hiring skilled women professionals looking to reboot their careers. By creating a workplace where women can thrive and contribute, we are confident that we will attract and retain the best engineering talent and continue to be at the forefront of our industry.”