Electronic Recyclers International, which bills itself as one of the nation’s largest recyclers of electronic waste, says it will hire 100 new employees in the next 100 days to help it meet its expansion plans.

“Our business is growing fast and we continue to expand into more and more cities around the country,” says John Shegerian, ERI’s chairman and CEO.

Mr. Shegerian says that a wide array of positions are available, including plant manager, assistant plant manager, recycling specialist, IT, accounting, clerical, business development, sales, environmental health & safety, repair specialists and many other warehouse positions.

“We are looking now for 100 new hires in 100 days,” he says. “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 U.S. after going through our extensive training programs here in Fresno.”

ERI has set up an interactive “Now Hiring” button on its homepage, www.electronicrecyclers.com which leads directly to a page where applicants can submit a resume for any position.

Fresno-based ERI processes more than 140 million pounds of electronic waste annually in its six locations in California, Washington, Colorado, Indianapolis, Massachusetts and Texas.

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