PayPal ready to hire for new Scottsdale facility
The Business Journal of Phoenix - 10:07 AM MST Tuesday
by Adam Kress
PayPal, the popular online payment services company owned by eBay, is expanding in Scottsdale and plans to hire hundreds of new employees
It will open a new technology development center in Scottsdale and is now accepting résumés from experienced applicants
, who can apply for positions at www.paypal.com/jobs
. The PayPal technology center has openings for technical professionals with expertise in product development, operations and infrastructure design, engineering and support.
"Scottsdale and the surrounding area is home to a large and skilled work force, many of whom can find great opportunities at PayPal's new technology center," said PayPal vice president of site operations and infrastructure Jim McGuire in a company statement. "We look forward to working with this large base of talented professionals, and supporting the growth of the local community."
PayPal, founded in 1998, enables any individual or business with an e-mail address to send and receive online payments securely and easily using a bank account, credit card or stored balance. The company has more than 105 million accounts and is available to users in 55 markets around the world.
"EBay and PayPal are innovative, global technology companies that will increase the region's visibility as a destination for next-generation companies," said Barry Broome, president and chief executive of the Greater Phoenix Economic Council. "Kudos to Mayor Manross and the Scottsdale City Council for creating an environment that attracts companies of this caliber."
Based in San Jose, Calif., the company has offices in Dublin, Ireland and near Omaha, Neb. Parent company eBay Inc. (NASDAQ: EBAY) is also based in San Jose.
For more: www.paypal.com