LAFAYETTE — Subaru of Indiana Automotive announced investment plans for its Lafayette manufacturing operations on Wednesday that will create up to 350 new jobs for Hoosiers.
SIA will be investing close to $158 million into its Lafayette plant to support its growth. The jobs are set to be created by 2023.
"Indiana has long been a national leader in manufacturing because world-class companies like Subaru continue to choose to grow and diversify their operations here in the Hoosier State," Gov. Eric Holcomb, R-Indiana, said. "For nearly 35 years, Subaru has been an important partner in supporting Indiana's economy and creating great career opportunities in the community. With this latest commitment, I'm even more confident they'll continue to play a key role in keeping Indiana on a path to success for generations to come."
The company is Subaru's only U.S. assembly plant and employs over 6,000 associates.
SIA is currently hiring for production positions, to apply and keep an eye on future employment opportunities, visit careers.subaru-sia.com.