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In this report: 65,825+ Hidden Jobs revealed (825 Hidden Jobs in U.S.A. / 65,000+ Hidden International Jobs ) If a company announces that they are planning to hire hundreds of people, why wait for the roles to hit the want-ads? Why not network with people in the company that are hiring enmasse now?
HIDDEN USA JOBS 213 Jobs for VA International Paper announced Tuesday it plans to spend $83 million to repurpose a portion of its shuttered Franklin mill, creating 213 jobs. Beginning in mid-2012, the company expects to begin fluff pulp production at the mill, located across the Blackwater River in Isle of Wight County. “You should start seeing activity fairly soon with the ramping up of equipment,” said Donna Wadsworth, communications manager for IP in Ticonderoga, N.Y. “We’ll be ramping up to full staffing by next spring.” Peter O’Keefe, a principal with CMI, said Franklin Pellets LLC is still looking at the facility for a wood pellet manufacturing operation. Company officials, including former Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe, said last month they were negotiating with IP for use of the mill campus, which could accommodate both pellet making and fluff pulp production. | Source: http://bit.ly/jJ7zm2 12 Jobs for IN The world’s largest supplier of aftermarket outdoor power equipment chooses Evansville. The Growth Alliance for Greater Evansville is pleased to announce the arrival of Rotary Corporation, the world’s largest supplier of aftermarket outdoor power equipment parts. Headquartered in Glennville, GA., Rotary Corporation will open its new distribution center in the existing 37,000 sq. ft. structure located at 4916 O’Hara Drive in Evansville. Initially, Rotary Corporation will create seven new jobs, expanding to twelve over the next few years and invest over 1.2 million in the purchase of the build-
ing, improvements and new equipment. Rotary Corporation intends to be operational by the end of June. | Source: http://bit.ly/mMF7ZZ 100 Jobs for CO If you are hunting for a job in Colorado Springs, you are in luck. A veteran company, Entegris, is creating a new facility, and along with it, one hundred new jobs will be created. The Economic Development Corporation made the announcement this morning at the Antlers Hilton Hotel in downtown Colorado Springs. Entegris is a technology manufacturing company that supplies the semiconductor industry. Their new facility will be their advanced technology manufacturing plant. Specifically, they will produce 450 mm semiconductor wafer handling products, which will support the industry’s move from 300 mm wafers, and Extreme Ultraviolet Light (EUV) reticle pods. | Source: http://bit.ly/jnlkOf
500 Jobs for NY Even as the threat of thousands of teacher layoffs looms, the city is preparing to hire 500 new ones for next fall, officials said.Critics wonder why the city has accepted the new recruits – 400 from New York City Teaching Fellows and 100 from Teach for America – to work in shortage areas like special education instead of retraining teachers on the payroll. “It’s mind-boggling that they’re hiring when I may lose my job,” said Marquis Harrison, 25, who started in the city schools with Teach for America nearly three years ago. | Source: http://nydn.us/lKlmEx
HIDDEN INTERNATIONAL JOBS 2,000 Jobs for China HSBC Holdings PLC said Tuesday it plans to hire at least 2,000 people in mainland China and Singapore over the next five years, as the U.K.-based banking giant continues its expansion in the Asian-Pacific region, the fastest-growing part of its business. The bank, which moved its chief executive’s office to Hong Kong from London in 2010, said it will add at least 200 staff in China annually until 2016, as well as another 1,000 people in Singapore over that time. HSBC said it would add staff across the board, and didn’t detail hiring plans for specific areas. | Source: http://on.wsj.com/j2FzgZ 45,000 Jobs for India NEW DELHI: Faced with human resource crunch public sector banks are planning to hire about 45,000 personnel during 2011-12 to meet workforce requirement. “Approximately 45,000 officers and staff would be recruited by (nationalised) banks this year,” Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) director, M Balachandran told media. The institute, promoted by PSU banks and the Reserve Bank of India, has been providing assistance to these organisations in selection, promotion and placement of employees since 1984. A large number of employment opportunities have emerged in the banking sector owing to branch expansion by various lenders, business growth and aggressive marketing, he said. Netflix is Staffing Up! Netflix is staffing up for a big European push as soon as the second half of 2011. Netflix CEO Reed Hastings said back in December that the company would consider expanding to Europe and Asia once the results of its Canadian operation, which it launched last fall, became clear. Several weeks ago, Endgadget noticed that Netflix was hiring multilingual specialists for its customer support center in Oregon. Now sources say that the company has begun high-level staff to oversee its European business, and the the company’s has multiple job listings in its Los Gatos, California, headquarters that appear to be related to a European launch. | Source:http://bit.ly/iNSMRB 18,000 Jobs for Asia Pacific Hiring in the Asia-Pacific cleantech industry is seeing an upturn as the market continues to enjoy strong growth, note recruiters, who add that Singapore’s push and investment in the sector, in particular, make it appealing to both employers and jobseekers. Russell Otter, head of Kelly Engineering Resources division at recruitment agency Kelly Services, told ZDNet Asia that the Singapore government’s support including plans by the Economic Development Board (EDB) to provide 18,000 “green collar” jobs by 2015 are signs that the industry is “on the rise” and becoming a “booming
market” in the country. | Source: http://bit.ly/m9TL9Q 700 Jobs for Mozambique The construction of an international airport in the northern Mozambican port of Nacala will create a total of 700 jobs, according to the official government spokesperson, Deputy Justice Minister Alberto Nkutumula. The new airport is the modernization of what was once the Nacala military air base. The work includes the construction of passenger and cargo terminals, and a new control tower, and resurfacing the runway. Of the 700 workers involved in the construction phase only 50 will foreigners. They will be from Brazil, the partner country in implementing the project. Once construction is complete the airport will need 100 employees for its normal operations. | Source: http://bit.ly/mHmhoi 270 Jobs for South Australia Eleven South Australian manufacturers have received a share of $6.1 million in government grants that will reportedly create more than 270 new jobs for the region. One manufacturer, SMR Automotive, will be able to expand into the medical devices market thanks to the grant, which will create an extra 37 jobs at the company. SMR Automotive manufactures rear-view mirrors for cars. The grant is part of a joint investment in the area from the federal and state governments, called the South Australia Innovation and Investment Fund, of about $22.5 million. Innovation Minister Kim Carr said the fund is providing a much-needed boost to the area that has experienced its fair share of manufacturing set-backs over the past few years. | Source:http://bit.ly/lNQRnD 600 Jobs for Dubai Low-cost carrier flydubai said on Wednesday that it will hire 600 pilots over the next five years as it expands its fleet and adds new routes. The Dubai-based carrier, which already has over 200 pilots, will recruit another 600 by 2016, its chief executive officer Ghaith Al Ghaith said in an emailed statement. The airline currently operates a fleet of 16 Boeing (BA.N) 737-800 NG aircraft. It placed an order for 50 Boeing planes in 2008, the last of which is due to be delivered in 2016. | Source: http://reut.rs/iiyXxw
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