Over the past two days NBC 10 has received more than a dozen calls from people who want to get a job at the V-Vehicle plant. You'll have to wait a few months to apply for a job actually building the cars. But the first jobs will be construction -- work that will double the size of the plant itself. Gray construction in Lexington, Kentucky is in charge of the first project at the new V-Vehicle plant: they'll start hiring local companies next week. And then come the jobs! The construction management team will be onsite in Monroe in one short month. That means construction workers wanting to get to work on the expansion project won't have to wait very long. NBC 10 will let you know as soon as the local companies are hired. Bedie Lewis of the Ouachita Parish Workforce Board said, "We're excited- we are looking forward to working with v-vehicles, we are every excited. The moral right now is very high- very excited to be awarded that plant." Lewis is one of the people you'll want to talk to if you want one of the jobs coming up later, a job actually building the V-Vehicles. V-Vehicles will start hiring production workers next summer. But you can work with Lewis and her colleagues right now to get your resume ready. Lewis said, "They can bring resumes. Staff can help look and look at what they need and we can assist them and the company because we may have more manpower than actual company will have." NBC 10 News will keep track of the hiring process by V-Vehicles and by the local building contractors, and we'll let you know when and where you can apply. We're also waiting for v-vehicles to set up its website. State officials expect to see information on jobs posted there as well.