Tempe to welcome Bright Health Plan contact center, up to 75 new jobs
PHOENIX — Bright Health Plan announced the city of Tempe will be the home of a new contact center that will bring up to 75 new jobs to the area.
The health insurance company will open its 28,000-square-foot facility on Oct. 1 at Rio 2100, according to a press release.
“Greater Phoenix is a hub for insurance sector growth and Bright Health Plan’s expansion creates jobs at a critical time,” Chris Camacho, president & CEO at the Greater Phoenix Economic Council, said in the release.
“Bright Health Plan’s new facility will serve as the regional anchor for this fast-growing health care services company and they are able to utilize our strong talent pool to fill positions immediately.”
Bright Health Plan expects to fill 35 positions this year and add another 40 in 2021.
The hiring process is currently underway for the 35 new hires that will begin training this month.
Those interested in applying can inquire online.
“We are excited about Bright Health Plan’s future in our city and look forward to their continued growth,” Tempe Mayor Corey Woods said in the release.
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