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MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -
Montgomery city leaders celebrated a jobs announcement Wednesday morning for In-Med Group, Inc. The company is looking to add 30 to 40 jobs.
A hiring-on-the-spot will take place at a job fair planned for Thursday. In-Med will hire for positions from interns and clerical workers to nurse practitioners and upper level management positions.
The jobs fair is set from 11am until 7pm September 6 on the first floor of One Dexter Plaza in downtown Montgomery.
The company, which just recently moved their headquarters to downtown, is a rural healthcare management and consulting company that operates assisted living facilities, rehab centers, and wellness programs, among others.
The salaries range from $8 an hour for interns to $67,000 annually for the management positions.
The company started in 1993 with three employees and now boasts a payroll of over 1,000. They're expecting a big crowd of applicants at the job fair tomorrow, so applicants should come early and be patient. Don't worry, though. Everyone who shows up will get a personal interview.
You'll need to enter one Dexter plaza through the entrance near the fountain in downtown Montgomery.