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WellCare Health Plans holds job fairs next week to fill hundred of openings

WellCare Health Plans is holding a pair of job fairs next week, seeking to fill hundreds of full-time positions.

The Tampa-based public company, which provides managed-care plans for about 2.8 million people, has about 3,000 area employees.

In October, the company said it anticipated adding nearly 500 jobs statewide based on potential contract awards with Florida's Agency for Health Care Administration as part of the state's Managed Medical Assistance program.

Open positions include case management nurses, medical coding specialists, pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, outreach workers, and various finance, operations, marketing and management jobs.

"Our business is growing rapidly," Tiffany Venturino, director of talent acquisition, said in a statement. "We are looking for talented, dedicated people who share our mission to serve the nation's most vulnerable populations."

The job fairs will be held at the company's corporate campus at 8745 Henderson Rd., Renaissance Center, in Tampa. Job seekers should bring copies of their resumes, and follow the signs for parking and event activities.

Interviews will be held from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. Feb. 4 and from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Feb. 8.

For more information, including job descriptions, and to apply for positions online, go to www.wellcare.com/aboutus/careers.

WellCare Health Plans holds job fairs next week to fill hundred of openings 01/29/14 [Last modified: Monday, February 3, 2014 12:16am]
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