Global web services company Endurance International Group will add 600 new jobs this year as it expands its Tempe location.
The expansion also adds 71,000 square feet of office space, the company said in a news release. Endurance is investing $1.8 million to revamp and expand its North Priest Drive space and will host a job fair from 4:00-7:30 p.m. Feb. 16 at the Endurance office, 1500 N. Priest Drive, the release said.
New positions becoming available are management roles, tech support, sales and professional services.
"Endurance International Group's commitment to create hundreds of new jobs in Tempe emphasizes that Arizona offers the deep talent pool, pro-business climate and competitive operating costs that technology companies require," Gov. Doug Ducey said in the release. "In turn, Endurance is creating the high-quality jobs and workplace culture that skilled workers are seeking, making this an all-around win for Arizona. Congratulations to Endurance on its continued success."
Andrew Wright, general manager of the company's Tempe operations, said Tempe is ideal for attracting the talent needed to continue to grow our presence in the valley, the release said.
The company has game areas, quality health care plans and a 401(k) matching program, as well as flexible spending accounts.