Company plans to add 100 jobs to West Virginia facility
WHEELING, W.Va. (AP) — A marketing and communications company is planning to add 100 new jobs to a West Virginia facility.
The Intelligencer reports Williams Lea Tag plans to add the jobs in downtown Wheeling during the next nine months, bringing the total number of employees at its Stone Center facility to nearly 660. The company offers business support for organizations in sectors such as legal, investment banking and life sciences.
Jennifer Materkoski with the company says the firm’s rapid growth over the last 18 months is allowing it to continue to hire more employees. She says the available positions include document processing, billing services and copy editing.
Materkoski says she believes the company has done well in Wheeling because of factors such as affordability, the talent pool and the city’s proximity to larger cities.
Information from: The Intelligencer, http://www.theintelligencer.net