Companies hiring this week

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Job seekers, here is our weekly list of 10 companies that are hiring now. Click on the links below to learn more about the opportunities available at each company.  

1. Allstate
Sample job titles:
Business analyst, claims service specialist, TIBCO administrator, Java developer, marketing manager, exclusive agent, personal financial representative

2. Dex One
Sample job titles:
Account executive, outside sales, advertising consultant — executive telephone, customer service specialist

3. Diamond Resorts International
Industry: Hospitality, vacation ownership
Sample job titles: Sales professional, sales manager, call center agent, marketing concierge, customer service agent, OPC agent, front desk agent, housekeeping, chief engineer

4. Genco ATC
Supply chain-distribution
Sample job titles: Warehouse supervisor, transportation account manager, general warehouse worker, IT engineer, business analyst

5. Kelsey-Seybold Clinic
Industry: Health care
Sample job titles: Certified medical assistant, licensed vocational nurse, registered nurse, mammography tech, pharmacy technician

6. Kroger
Grocery, retail, pharmacy, manufacturing
Sample job titles:
Entry-level management trainee (stores), procurement manager (corporate), plant engineer (manufacturing)

7. MV Transportation Inc.
Industry: Passenger transportation/transit contracting
Sample job titles: Safety manager, VP — safety, fleet director and manager, general manager — operations, fleet technician, driver, business development VP and specialist, assistant general manager, director — operations, VP — operations

8. Sovereign Bank N.A.
Banking/financial services
Sample job titles:
Brand manager, teller, personal banking representative, customer support representative, mortgage retail specialist

9. Systemax/Tiger Direct
Sample job titles:
Senior audit manager, inside sales

10. Whitlock
Industry: Telecommunications and electronics
Sample job titles: Account executive, audio visual programmer, CAD technician

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