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Need a new career? Valley companies offer to train new employees to work for their growing businesses

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Posted at 4:15 PM, Aug 06, 2020
and last updated 2020-08-07 17:53:31-04

Are you looking for a new job or even a new career?

The coronavirus pandemic may be pushing many people into industries they never thought possible to get hired in before.

The Rebound Arizona committed to getting you back to work by showcasing companies who are hiring right now in the Valley.

"Just about every aspect of our business is growing," said AmeriSave Mortgage Corporation Executive Vice President Bryan Owen.

While some places have closed due to the pandemic and many people have been laid off, businesses like AmeriSave are struggling to keep up with the demand and now need more people.

"We focus on refinances and purchases of homes, trying to help out when we can to lower payments or get people into a home that's affordable," Owen explained.

The Phoenix housing market is still incredibly hot during the pandemic. That means, the company is looking to hire thousands of workers right now.

"We're trying to add 500 of those folks in the greater Phoenix area and, quite frankly, I'd like to hire all 2,000," Owen said.

He also advised, do not let the word 'mortgage' scare you off from applying. They need help in all departments and are willing to work with a promising new hire.

"We just train people from the ground up," Owen explained. "So, if you don't have any experience at all and you're a great person, that's who we want."

They are offering up to $10,000 signing bonuses for some who have more experience.

Owen also said, they want to give people the option to keep working from home once businesses return to the office. He said, they want to make their employees happy.

To learn more about the company and to look through the full-time jobs available now, click here.

Another business with a lot of opportunities is Allied Universal.

The security company is holding hiring events every Tuesday and Wednesday this month and next month from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.

· Phoenix Branch - 3030 N. Central Avenue Suite 407, Phoenix, AZ 85012

· Mesa Branch - 1001 W. Southern Ave. Suite 235, Mesa, AZ 85210

They are also offering virtual interviews.

Allied Universal wants to bring on more than 1,000 people to join the team in all shifts and all experience levels.

To start the application process, click here.

Alta Southwest is looking to hire 15 people as soon as possible to join their engineering consulting firm.

"We're one of the fastest-growing companies in the region," said Vice President of Business Development Shay Wright. We're fortunate to be an essential business. We've seen significant growth amid COVID with the edition of projects in government, residential, commercial, and the industrial sector."

The company is looking or survey crew chiefs, engineers, even engineers in training who may not have the experience, but who are willing to learn.

"We're empathetic those impacted by job losses during this pandemic and we're hopeful that we can find some passionate, hard-working people that are going to make an impactful change in their life and start a new career with us," Wright said.

To apply, click here.

Another construction company looking to hire is Erickson Framing AZ.

They have a variety of job openings. If you have some carpentry skills, that is preferred. However, it is not required to get you a new job.

To learn more about the business and those opportunities, click here.