Aegis, a company owned by Essar, announced plans of creating over 5,000 new job openings in the next four months at its locations spread across the United States. Aegis is an outsourcing and technology services company that has global roots.
In a press release, Aegis global Chief Executive Sandip Sen was quoted as saying, “We have expanded our engagements with existing clients, which will result in our hiring of more than 5,000 people. This hiring will take place in all US cities, in which we have operations.”
Aegis will be accomplishing a goal it set out two years ago. When the company joined the jobs4America Coalition in 2011, a promise to create 4,000 jobs for Americans was inked. Aegis has surpassed its goal by creating one thousand more jobs in an economy that is just recovering.
Sandip Sen was also quoted as saying, “In addition to creating these jobs, we are creating opportunities at many levels in our organization.” The new jobs are set in healthcare domain for both temporary and permanent positions.
The job scope for the positions available for the next four months revolves around informing consumers about the various healthcare options available so as to facilitate informed judicious decisions.
During the release, executives also made available the information about preferred candidates for the job openings. Bilingual candidates, especially those with a fluent knowledge of Spanish and English would be preferred. Further, candidates with a fluent knowledge in Cantonese, Korean, Mandarin and Russian would be considered.
With operating centers in 56 locations, spread over 13 countries, Aegis, a truly global company boasts of nearly 55,000 employees. Although the company has a global presence, the company is essentially American as the company was born in America over 30 years ago.
Aegis, an outsourcing company has a staggering client base with over 300 clients. Aegis brings the saying “Jack of all trades” to a new domain as it is the Jack and master of all trades. Clients from sectors as diverse as technology, telecom, utilities and energy, retail, consumer goods, travel and hospitality, healthcare, banking and financial services rely on Aegis.