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PODS Expands With More Than 250 New Job Opportunities


Portable On Demand Storage (PODS), a moving and storage company that provides portable-storage containers, plans to hire 255 customer and call center representatives at its corporate headquarters in Florida and in cities across the United States and Canada.

The company experiencing steady corporate growth with its moving and storage solution and plans to hire 30 to 45 new employees each month between now and May 2010. 

“PODS actually grew in an industry that has been down the last couple years and we’re thrilled to be in the position to add staff,” says Lisa Goettel, senior vice president of PODS’ human resources division. “We strive to offer outstanding benefits, training and growth programs to attract the best possible candidates.”

“We attribute our customer appeal to the unique flexibility we offer business and residential customers,” adds CEO Thomas A. Ryan, Jr. “We deliver a PODS container, the customer packs at his leisure and either keeps the container onsite, stores it at a PODS secure storage center, or we’ll move it pretty much anywhere across the country, even to Canada.”

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Founded in 1998, PODS currently provides service to a population of more than 239 million consumers, and moving and storage services in 48 U.S. states, Australia and Canada. To date, the company has completed more than 200,000 long-distance relocations, exceeded one million deliveries and has nearly 140,000 PODS containers in service.

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