As you fill out a Lamborghini application, realize that you’re trying to join a company that has a long history. As they strive to make the most legendary luxury cars, they want the best of the best to work for them. Links to apply for jobs at Lamborghini are at the bottom of the page.
The company was founded in 1963 by Ferruccio Lamborghini to create grand touring cars that surpassed the quality of established companies. In 1966, Lamborghini gained prominence with the release of their Miura Sports Coupe, but suffered in 1970s with the world-wide oil crisis. In 1974, Lamborghini retired and sold the company to Georges-Henri Rossetti and Rene Leimer. The company went bankrupt in 1978 and went to the Mimram brothers in 1980.
In the hands of the Mimram brothers, Lamborghini expanded to include more sports cars and a couple off-road vehicles. The brothers then sold Lamborghini to the Chrysler Corporation in 1987, who discontinued the cars that the brothers had created. Chrysler then sold the company to some Malaysian companies, who turned around and sold it to the Volkswagen Group in 1998, where the car company has stayed ever since.
Those with Lamborghini jobs are part of a family that is over eight hundred strong and is scattered across the world. The company strives to create luxury sports cars with the best and most powerful engines. In following with the founder’s idea that racing was draining on company resources, they do not sponsor a racing team of any kind. They’ve had a couple of engines go into racing cars, but none of their cars have ever been on the track.
There are several Lamborghini jobs online that are available at the corporate level. Since the production facility and headquarters are located in Sant’Agata Bolognese, Italy, you’ll be working in that facility. You could spend time working on new company cars or working with one of their five subsidiaries.
Those with Lamborghini careers at the local level work in dealerships across the world. You will either get a job selling to various customers and setting them up with loans or working to service all the cars that are sold or people bring to the dealership. The corporate level has no interaction with people applying for jobs at a dealership.
How old do you have to be to work a Lamborghini? Age requirements vary by job. As you fill out a Lamborghini application, make sure to read all requirements closely. Several jobs require certain degrees, experiences, certifications, or language speaking abilities.
Those who work at the corporate office will probably maintain general business hours, but that could change, depending on what company you’re working with. If you’re working at a dealership, you hours will depend on what area you’re working in. For a service worker, you’ll probably have hours between eight am and six pm. As a salesperson, you’ll probably work from eight am until close, but that will depend on the dealership.
Lamborghini Job Descriptions
Engine Testing Senior Specialist – You will be in charge of aiding in the creation of new engines. Making sure that the engine has fantastic calibration, performance, and combustion coordination is a major part of this job as you make sure that every part is reliable and measures up to company standards. Compensation is over $66,000 a year.
BIW & Trim Engineering Specialist – Working closely on the interior and the exterior of the car, you will make sure that the car looks good inside and out. By working closely with Research and Development colleagues, you will find ways to make sure that everything that they want to do with the car is safe and aerodynamic. Compensation is over $50,000 a year.
Engine Analysis Specialist – By working closely with fellow car luxury car companies and external suppliers, you will test engine components and the cars’ systems. As you look at 3D thermo-structures, you will analyze them to see if there are any issues in the engine before it goes into actual production. Compensation is over $50,000 a year.
Automotive Service Technician – Before cars are sold, you will do an inspection to see if there are any issues with the vehicle as well as repair and diagnose any issues with already bought cars. Maintaining a clean work area in order to stay organized with the multiple cars that you’ll see on a daily basis is a must. Compensation is over $40,000 a year.
Lamborghini Interview Questions
Here are some questions you may be asked during your interview:
Why do you want to work for Lamborghini? As this is an extremely common interview question, you should be prepared for it. Talk about what drew you to the company, whether it was the company culture, product, or benefits, and why it’s your first choice to work at.
What experience do you have? Highlight all your relevant experience. As it’s expected that you have experience, talk about the closest job that you’ve held to the job that you’re applying for and what you bring to the job because of your experience.
Where do you see yourself in the next few years? The interviewer wants to know if you see yourself with the company. Be realistic in your career expectations, but make sure they know that you’re willing to take on extra challenges and responsibilities in order to move up in the company.
If you apply for a job at a local dealership, you may be asked this question in the form of a hypothetical situation: How would do deal with a difficult customer? Make sure to explain exactly what you would do and why. Be practical and realistic in your answer and use examples if you have to.
In any position that you apply for, you may be asked: What languages do you speak? As Lamborghini is a world-wide company, having people that can interact with companies in all sorts of languages is really important. Make sure that you’re honest about what languages you can speak and whether you’re willing to learn a new language or two.
Advice for the Application Process
How to apply for Lamborghini online: if you’re applying for a corporate job, follow the second link and select the job that you’re interested in. Fill out the Lamborghini application and upload a resume. For a local job, select the dealership that you’re interested in working at and see if there are any open positions and then send your resume to the listed email address. There is no printable application for Lamborghini.
Before your interview, do research on the company and the industry. Have a list of questions prepared that you can bring with you to your interview, even though several of your questions may be answered over the course of the interview. It will place you ahead of other candidates and shows that you think ahead.
Have a friendly and positive attitude on the day of your interview. As you will be in an extremely formal setting, make sure to wear a suit. If you’re going for a maintenance position at a dealership, you may be able to get away with a business casual outfit.
Make sure to show your gratitude at the opportunity to interview with Lamborghini. Afterwards, inquire about the best way to check on your hiring status. Nobody will learn if they got the job during the interview as the company will want to screen all applicants before making a final decision.
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