Farmer Brothers Co., with Futurestep, Begins First Wave of Hiring for Its New State-of-the-Art Headquarters in the Dallas Area
LOS ANGELES, June 25, 2015–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Farmer Bros. Co., a leading manufacturer, wholesaler and distributor of coffee, tea and culinary products today announced the company has begun its first wave of hiring for its new state-of-the art headquarters in Northlake, Denton County, Texas.
The company has immediate openings for professionals in the areas of finance, accounting, human resources, IT, purchasing and marketing.
“This is an especially exciting time for us,” said Farmer Bros. President and CEO Mike Keown. “With a 100-plus year history of creating exceptional products and today’s forward-facing focus on sustainability, stewardship and environmental efforts, Farmer Bros. is truly an outstanding career destination.”
The company’s new location will be in Northlake, near Interstate I35 and the Texas Motor Speedway. It is estimated that approximately 350 people will work at the facility.
The company offers competitive wages and benefits.
Farmer Bros. is partnering with Futurestep, a Korn Ferry company (NYSE:KFY) and global industry leader in high-impact talent acquisition solutions, to assist in the recruiting and hiring process.
Futurestep is the global industry leader in high-impact recruitment solutions; offering fully customized, flexible services to help organizations meet their talent and recruitment needs.
Our clients turn to us for proven expertise, a global process and infrastructure, proprietary competency models, innovative sourcing and attraction strategies, and a unique approach to measure and optimize business impact.
As a Korn Ferry Company, Futurestep can meet a variety of workforce requirements; from RPO and project recruitment, to search and consulting, our solutions apply a truly world-class capability to deliver talent with impact, providing the experience and global reach to identify, attract and retain the people who drive business success. To learn more, visit www.futurestep.com.
Source: Korn Ferry