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MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -
Here's some good news for job hunters. InMed, Inc. will be hiring 30 to 40 people today at a job fair at their downtown headquarters located in One Dexter Plaza.
The job fair will be from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m. today. Applicants should enter through the doors near the fountain. Everyone who attends will get an interview.
InMed will be hiring for positions ranging from interns and clerical workers to nurse practitioners and upper level management positions. Salaries range from 8 dollars an hour for interns to 67 thousand dollars per year for management positions.
The company manages rural healthcare facilities, rehab centers and wellness programs, among others.
Company leaders say they are expecting a big crowd of applicants at the job fair today. And they say that they are looking to hire folks who bring energy to the job. Since InMed has grown so much over the past five years, they want employees who will help maintain that growth and push them farther.
When asked what InMed Group is looking for in future employees, VP of Operations Anna Bern says, "we are looking to build a team of professionals. So we are looking for energetic people who enjoy their career, their work, they enjoy helping others. They are looking for benefits and to make a mark and impression on the next generation of healthcare professionals."
While 30 to 40 employees may not seem like a lot, there is a greater purpose to the job fair. Since the company has been growing at such a rapid pace over the past few years, they're hoping to get and keep those resumes on hand for future openings.