This is the latest development following threats by chief executive elon Musk to cut jobs at the electric car manufacturer. Musk claimed that it was "overstaffed in certain areas".
Musk did not comment on the staffing situation in China, which produced more than half the cars for the automaker worldwide and contributed 25% to its revenue in 2021.
It was not obvious that notification of the June 9 event was made to staff for "smart production" roles.
China still allows resume submissions for more than 1000 openings posted on social media platforms, such as those of aerodynamics engineers and supply chain managers.