ServiceLink hiring, will add 200 to 300 employees
By Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Published: Friday, March 16, 2012,
ServiceLink, a unit of Fidelity National Financial Inc., with 1,600 employees in the region, is looking to hire 200 to 300 more workers by fall.
Since the start of the year, it has hired 470 in its three local offices in Aliquippa, Coraopolis and Hopewell.
"We are in a rapid growth mode, not only here in Pittsburgh, but around the county," said Penny Mercadante, senior vice president of human resources.
To meet the growth, the company expanded its space in Aliquippa by 17,000 square feet to the 127,000 square feet it occupied.
And it is adjusting its 114,000 square feet of space in Coraopolis to make room for the new workers, she said.
The need for personnel is a result of the mortgage service industry's adoption of new industry regulations, plus the increase in mortgage activity because of the record low interest rates for both new mortgages and refinanced mortgages, and recent bank settlements with state attorney generals.
Persons interested in applying for a job can do so at the company website, www.servicelinkfnf.com , Mercadante said.
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