Jobs2Careers moves in as first tenant in new Northwest Austin office park

On Dec. 15, Jobs2Careers moved into its new offices at the Champion Office Park, a project that just finished construction at RM 2222 and Loop 360.



The job-seeking company relocated from 9606 N. MoPac into 13,000 square feet at Champion Office Park at 6433 Champion Grandview Way, Bldg. II, Ste. 100. Endeavor Real Estate Group designed and built the 220,600-square-foot campus.



"We're so excited for our stunning new home to match our culture of innovation and disruption," Director of Product Development Thad Price said. "It's the perfect time to reinvigorate our product and what it means to innovate the way talent effectively finds work."



Jobs2Careers provides job seekers with access to job listings through a variety of products. The company plans to grow in 2015 and more than double its sales department and launch a summer internship program. The company plans to be at capacity in its new space within 12 to 18 months.



It took two years of planning to fully imagine the custom-designed office space. Jobs2Careers signed a six-year lease.



"It's incredible to witness how quickly we've grown in just three short years," said Shelly Mudd, vice president of corporate development. "In 2011, when Bruce and I started working together in California, he, his assistant and I shared an office smaller than my new office in this building. The prospects for growth in our new home are exciting, and I look forward to seeing what we can accomplish in the next three years."



For more information visit www.jobs2careers.com.

By Amy Denney

Managing Editor, Austin metro

Amy has worked for Community Impact Newspaper since September 2010, serving as reporter and later senior editor for the Northwest Austin edition as well as covering transportation in the Austin metro. She is now managing editor for the 10 publications in the Central Texas area from Georgetown to New Braunfels.



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