FRESNO, Calif.--(www.electronicrecyclers.com which leads directly to a page where applicants can submit a resume.)--Electronic Recyclers International (ERI), the nation’s largest privately held recycler of electronic waste, has placed an open call for sales job applications in light of its continued growth and expansion. In its quest to find “at least 10 more good sales professionals within the next 60 days,” ERI has activated its interactive “Hiring Now” button on its homepage,
“We’re very proud to continue offering great jobs in the face of a challenging economy”
All submitted resumes will be sent directly and confidentially to Carol DeBellis, ERI’s Director of Human Resources.
“We are looking for at least 10 new sales professionals to start with us within the next 60 days,” said DeBellis, “so the time to apply is definitely now! Some of the candidates will stay local and others will be asked to relocate to one of our many current or future facilities throughout the US after going through our extensive ERI Sales Training Program here in Fresno.”
“We’re very proud to continue offering great jobs in the face of a challenging economy,” said John Shegerian, ERI’s Chairman and CEO. “As part of the green business boom, our business continues to grow fast and we continue to expand into more and more cities around the country. Despite our success, we realize that our nation’s current economic status has been challenging for other businesses and that there are many great and qualified professionals out there looking to ‘recycle’ their careers and grow with us!”
Shegerian added that this will likely be the first of several hiring surges for this year for ERI.
Now the largest privately held recycler of electronic waste in the US, and the world’s first dual-certified electronic waste recycler, Fresno-headquartered Electronic Recyclers International is licensed to de-manufacture and recycle televisions, computer monitors, computers and other types of electronic equipment. ERI serves public sector clients via GSA contract GS-10F-0051Y and processes more than 160 million pounds of electronic waste annually at eight locations in seven states, including California, Washington, Colorado, Indiana, Massachusetts, Texas and North Carolina. For more information about e-waste recycling and ERI, call 1-800-884-8466 or visit http://www.electronicrecyclers.com.