Greene Resources Announces Record Breaking Number Of Applicants For Job Positions At RTI Internation

From: MMI ASSOCIATES, INC.
Published: Wed Mar 05 2008


Greene Resources, Inc. (www.greeneresources.com) has announced a record-breaking number of applicants for its recruiting project to fill 900 available contract job positions working onsite at RTI International in Raleigh. Since Greene Resources’ first call for job applicants, the Raleigh recruiting-solutions company has conducted more than 510 interviews and filled 190 of the 900 RTI job positions, an outstanding applicant-employee ratio. In addition to the 190 filled positions, 90 additional candidates have been placed in the final stages of the job screening process.

Greene Resources will continue to host open recruiting sessions for the RTI International job positions every Monday from 3-7 p.m. at its Raleigh office located at 805 Spring Forest Rd. Suite 400. The initial end date for this recruiting project has been pushed back from March 24 to June 30. Interested applicants can schedule interviews by attending the Monday recruitment fairs or by calling (919) 926-6700. Applicants may also submit resumes and review job requirements online at www.greeneresources.com.

The job positions are part of a $37.8 million government funded research project by the U.S. Department of Education with RTI International. The research study, known as the National Postsecondary Student Aid Study (NPSAS), will collect student financial aid data to better determine how effective U.S. financial aid programs are at making money available for college students and others enrolled in various programs after high school.

From the 900 job positions, 600 are needed for NPSAS. Employment will offer a six-month contract assignment onsite at the RTI Call Center’s North Raleigh location, 5265 Capital Blvd. Available positions include telephone interviewers, tracers and quality control supervisors. Contract work begins in early May with starting pay ranging between $10 and $14 per hour depending on the position. RTI International is one of the world’s leading research institutes.

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“We are extremely pleased with the early number of applicants for the RTI International job positions, but even more pleased with the number of qualified applicants we have encountered,” said Gary Greene, president and CEO of Greene Resources. “Our primary goal is to insure that RTI International is well-equipped from a staffing standpoint to allow it to complete its research study in a manner that is both timely and accurate.”

About Greene Resources, Inc.:
Founded in 2000 and headquartered in Raleigh, N.C., Greene Resources, Inc. is an employment solutions company focused on becoming the central source for its client’s hiring and human resource needs. The company specializes in strategic staffing, human resources, consulting and vendor management offering long-term, short-term, contract and direct-hire opportunities. Greene Resources partners with clients in a variety of areas including accounting, administrative, executive management, finance, human resources, information technology, sales and service. Greene Resources is located at 805 Spring Forest Road, Suite 400. For more information, call (919) 862-8602 or visit www.greeneresources.com.

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Patty Briguglio
MMI Associates, Inc.
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patty@mmimarketing.com
PR Firms Raleigh, NC

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