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Archive for December, 2010

Brooks City-Base adds customer service jobs in San Antonio

Sunday, December 26th, 2010

Brooks City-Base has announced it is adding a slew of customer service jobs in San Antonio.

The company is expected to create up to 600 jobs.

According to MySanAntonio.com, along with Brooks Development Authority and the San Antonio Economic Development Foundation, VMC, a technology consulting and outsourcing firm, announced Thursday that it expects to open a technical support and customer care center the first week of

Con-way Freight Creates Trucking Jobs in San Antonio

Friday, December 17th, 2010

Con-way Freight has announced a major expansion and the addition of trucking jobs in San Antonio.

Con-way Freight, a less-than-truckload (LTL) trucking company and subsidiary of Con-way Inc. today announced a major investment for the San Antonio community as it has begun construction of a new, 105-door, 41,500 square foot freight service center.

The new facility, located at 1511 Cornerway Boulevard, will serve as the local hub for daily freight pickup and delivery service, nightly re-ship operations connecting San Antonio with one-, two- and three-day service points in Con-way’s nationwide network, and as a gateway for goods moving to and from Mexico.

The new facility will replace an existing 48-door service center at 5685 FM 1346 where Con-way has been for more than 20 years. When the new service center is completed, the company expects to expand its workforce, adding over time more than 50 new jobs in capacities such as driver sales representatives, operations support and customer service. Con-way Freight currently employs 104 at its existing San Antonio facility.

“The city commends Con-way Freight for choosing to expand its operations in San Antonio with a $10 million investment on the East Side that will create 56 new jobs,” said San Antonio Mayor Juli

Urologist Creates Healthcare Jobs in San Antonio

Tuesday, December 7th, 2010

A urologist and his practice are helping to preserve and create healthcare jobs in San Antonio.

Dr. Reyna started his practice as a solo urologist in 1981. Over the years, he has grown the business through hiring and mergers, including the 1996 merger that resulted in the formation of Urology San Antonio. In the nearly 15 years since, he and his practice partners have incorporated best practices to build the group to include seven clinics located throughout San Antonio and an eighth clinic in Boerne, as well as its own cancer center, urodynamics clinic, imaging center, pathology lab, clinical trials division and lithotripter. These resources, along with an outpatient surgery center, of which the group is part owner, allow the group