New York-based Medicare advisor Chapter expands to Phoenix, set to create 50 jobs

Oct 20, 2021, 10:03 AM
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PHOENIX — New York-based Medicare advisor Chapter announced Tuesday it has opened a new Phoenix office, which is set to create 50 new jobs in the upcoming year.

The company plans to hire a host of operations and marketing executives, as well as licensed Medicare advisors, Corey Metzman, Chapter co-Founder and COO, said in a press release.

“With more than 20 institutions of higher education and hundreds of experienced Medicare leaders in the region, we can’t imagine a better location or richer talent pool for our expansion,” Metzman said in the release.

For the newly hired, Chapter plans to cover all costs of licensing and advisor education.

The technology-driven Medicare advisor expanded to a 6,200 square-foot office near Van Buren and 44th streets in an effort to serve and grow customers on the West Coast.

“Health care and financial services roles are in high demand in our city, and Chapter’s decision to select Phoenix supplies them with top talent and a pipeline of quality colleagues,” Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego said in the release.

“Increasing the range of these roles available is key to strengthening this important sector and to providing quality care for families throughout our region and nationwide.”

A list of career opportunities at Chapter can be found on the company’s website.

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New York-based Medicare advisor Chapter expands to Phoenix, set to create 50 jobs