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Business Farmers Bros. hiring for Northlake HQ

Farmers Bros. hiring for Northlake HQ

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Farmer Bros. Co. has begun hiring for its future headquarters in Northlake.

The coffee company, which earlier this year announced plans to vacate its Torrance, Calif. headquarters and move to Texas, has immediate openings for professionals in the areas of finance, accounting, human resources, information technology, purchasing and marketing.

“This is an especially exciting time for us,” said president and CEO Mike Keown in a news release.

The company’s new location is planned for land near Interstate 35W and Texas Motor Speedway. About 350 staff members are expected to work at the facility.

Assisting the company recruiting and hiring is Futurestep, a Korn Ferry company specializing in talent acquisition solutions. More information about Farmers Bros. hiring is available at www.farmerbros.com/our¬story/careers/

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