TROY — The IT risk management firm Creative Breakthroughs Inc. will host a career fair at its Troy headquarters Wednesday, Sept. 3 from 3 to 7 p.m.
The office is at 2075 W. Big Beaver Road, Suite 700.
CBI also announced it is growing its IT forensics and dispute resolution practice, and had been named as an authorized contractor for IT forensics by a Big Four accounting firm.
“We’re growing at a sizzling pace and we are not planning on slowing down this year or next,” said Steve Barone, CEO, CBI. “The IT risk management industry plays a pivotal role in today’s business environment and we’re passionate about staying in front of industry challenges helping our customers ensure their data is secure, compliant and available. What we need are dozens of new team members with the same passion.”
CBI human resources executive vice president David Anderson said the company is hiring for “a wide range of positions — technical, consulting, sales, and operations, to name a few.”
He said those attending the job fair “will learn about current opportunities and speak to company leaders and industry experts.”
The career fair is open to current college students, graduates, career changers, returning military, and anyone with the desire to build a career in technology. Candidates can register for the career fair at https://cbi-career-fair-20140903.eventbrite.com and are encouraged to RSVP. Walk-ins will be accepted on a first-come basis.
“Beyond our hiring needs, we’re also moving to a new headquarters later this year to help meet our space needs and planned growth,” Barone said, adding that there will be an announcement soon with more details.
The forensics and dispute resolution group at CBI is focused on defending and preparing organizations facing a multitude of issues, such as: fraud investigation, financial crimes and accounting irregularities, e-discovery, litigation support readiness, and allegations of compliance breaches.
CBI was founded in 1991. More at www.cbihome.com.
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