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Monday, November 12th, 2012
The NRP Group is now being considered a great place for property management jobs in San Antonio.
The NRP Group is a multifamily developer, general contractor and property management company.
Founded in September 1995 by Alan F. Scott, T. Richard Bailey and J. David Heller, NRP has developed and constructed over 21,000 residential units in thirteen states over the past 17 years, with a strong presence in Texas, Florida, North Carolina, Ohio, Michigan, Virginia, Indiana, New Mexico, and Arizona. NRP Management is a full-service property manager with over 12,000 luxury, family and senior rental units encompassing nearly 100 properties managed in 11 states.
The NRP Group has over 450 employees nationwide with offices in San Antonio, Houston, Orlando, Raleigh, Cleveland, Detroit, Phoenix, Buffalo and Tampa.
The company was selected as one of The San Antonio Express-News Top Workplaces.
Wednesday, October 31st, 2012
Amazon is hiring thousands of workers this season and may even be looking to fill San Antonio jobs.
The online retailer said it wants to hire about 50,000 people for the holiday season.
The seasonal position will be at fulfillment centers across the United States, depending on the location.
Amazon said it pays its full-time, permanent employees 30 percent more than what traditional retail store employees earn.
Full time employees also receive stock grants.
Over the past five years the has resulted in an average of 9 percent to base pay annually.
For its full-time, permanent positions, Amazon offers competitive hourly wages, Amazon stock grants, and comprehensive benefits, including medical and dental coverage, company-paid vision, company-paid life insurance, company-paid disability insurance, paid vacation, a 401(k) plan with a company match and discount programs.
This year, Amazon launched Career Choice, an program designed to expand the choices available to associates in their future career, whether that
Monday, October 22nd, 2012
TeleQuality Commnications, a specialized telecom firm, said this week it has secured a key hire for sales jobs in San Antonio.
The company with rural heath care providers to secure funding for telecom services and creates custom network solutions.
They announced the hire of Doak Field as Director of Sales.
Field will be responsible for managing the U.S. sales organization. He will report to CEO/Founder Tim Koxlien.
Tuesday, October 9th, 2012
TeleQuality Communications said this week it is hiring for management jobs in San Antonio.
The telecom firm has brought on Chip Simmonds to the position of Chief Financial Officer.
The company works with rural heath care providers to secure funding for telecom services and creates custom network solutions.
According to his bio, Simmonds has 20 years of experience that includes working in a family owned practice, tax work with Valero Energy Corporation and served as CFO for a software company. Mr. Simmonds is a graduate of St. Mary’s University in San Antonio, TX where he earned a Bachelor’s of Business Administration in Accounting. Simmonds is a life long San Antonio resident and a member of the San Antonio chapter of the Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants.
He is a skilled certified public accountant.
Located at TeleQuality
Monday, September 17th, 2012
Elumicor has been recognized as an excellent creator of IT jobs in San Antonio.
Inc. magazine today ranked elumicor No. 3777 on its sixth annual Inc. 500|5000, a ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies.
elumicor is in the electronic discovery industry with approaches for analyzing electronic evidence involved in litigation disputes.
Elumicor’s service offerings span the electronic discovery reference model (edrm), allowing for a holistic approach to e-discovery.
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Sunday, August 26th, 2012
A conference coming up in September will tackle such pressing healthcare issues as turnover among nursing jobs in San Antonio and thousands of other cities across the nation.
Apparently many human resource professionals are scratching their heads to understand the key drivers behind high nursing turnover.
But one conference will tackle this puzzling issue.
Monday, August 13th, 2012
The number of management and executive jobs in San Antonio are growing, according to new data.
This is according to new data from ExecuNet.
In their newest survey, ExecuNet found that 39 percent of recruiters were confident the executive hiring market would improve in the next six months, while the Executive Job Creation Index reflected this with a slight uptick. Although 1-in-5 companies expect to add executive jobs in the next six months, 1-in-4 plan to freeze executive hiring and take a
Tuesday, July 31st, 2012
Signtronix, a sign company for small businesses, said this week it is aggressively hiring for sales jobs in San Antonio, among other offices across the United States.
The company is hiring in 57 cities throughout 30 states across the country.
Mainly they are looking for outside sales representatives.
Tuesday, July 10th, 2012
VMC Consulting is expanding and will hire about 600 people for various positions including IT jobs in San Antonio.
The technology consulting and outsourcing company will hire 600 people between now and Labor Day. Positions will be in “build” services, IT infrastructure, data center and help desk support as “run” services, and customer care solutions including end-user and technical support, sales and retention support as “support” services.
The positions will be at the San Antonio contact center.
In addition, growth for technology support services within their existing clients and new clients is fueling the need for about 150 new employees a month for the next four months in the Brooks City-Base location.
All jobs will be full-time and long-term.
They will be Tier 1 Technical Support positions at VMC Consulting, for people with contact center and technical experience.
Positions are available for all shifts, including days, evenings and weekends. All full-time positions include benefits.
The San Antonio contact center opened in December of 2010, with an estimate for 600 total jobs for the facility. After this summer hiring goal is met, the contact center will have almost 900 employees.
Sunday, July 1st, 2012
UnitedHealth Group, a health benefits and services company, said this week it is adding hundreds of healthcare jobs in San Antonio.
It is creating nearly 1,500 San Antonio jobs.
There will be 250 new jobs at UnitedHealth Group’s operations center in San Antonio. The company hired 260 people already in 2011.
There will be 1000 employees in the San Antonio facility by the end of the year.
Total the company will add 1,500 jobs around the state of Texas, and more San Antonio jobs.
Texas Governor Rick Perry and UnitedHealth Group CEO Stephen J. Hemsley announced in a press conference that the company will create another 115 jobs in Harlingen being created by UnitedHealthcare and approximately 1,100 job openings in UnitedHealth Group’s Optum health services businesses — 800 jobs at Optum’s new Connextions facility in Irving and 330 jobs at OptumRx’s new pharmacy benefit management facility in Sugar Land.
The company has an employee base of 11,000 in Texas alone.
It serves more than 3.3 million people in the state with a health care network of nearly 500 hospitals and more than 36,800 physicians and other care professionals statewide.
“This is an employer that knows Texas and knows Texans,” Gov. Perry said. “They’ve witnessed first-hand what we have to offer, and as a result, they’re continuing to invest their future in the Lone Star State. This vote of confidence affirms our efforts to create a jobs-friendly climate that will attract and keep employers like UnitedHealth Group here in Texas.”
“UnitedHealthcare has been a strong supporter and business partner with the city of San Antonio for many years,” said Julian Castro, mayor of San Antonio. “Their expansion will promote economic growth while helping to better serve residents’ health care service needs.”