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Quadratec hosts hiring event for job seekers

WEST GOSHEN – Quadratec Inc., the Chester County-based independent Jeep vehicle parts and accessories retailer, is seeking to fill vacancies in its warehouse processing and contact center departments. To help find candidates, the company will host an open house job fair at its West Goshen headquarters on Wednesday, May 11, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

According to the company, it is looking for at least 20 people in each department. The event will include pre-screening and on-site interviews at the company’s premises. Qualified applicants will be offered immediate placement, according to a press release announcing the event.

“We are excited to present this opportunity for job seekers to join our growing family,” said Kim Hudson, chief human resources officer for Quadratec, in a statement. “We have vacancies ready to be filled and it’s a great time to join us as we enter our peak season.”

In an email response to questions, the company said applicants should bring a resume with them to the event. They can also register for a specific time slot on May 11 by visiting https://www.signupgenius.com/go/5080a4eaaac28a57-quadratec1

Warehouse Fulfillment Specialist duties include picking and packing products, controlling inventory, maintaining proper documentation for each order, while cleaning and maintaining a safe work environment.

The duties of Contact Center Specialists include building lasting relationships and engaging customers who place or inquire about orders, request product information, or require general assistance through calls. inbound, e-mail, online chats and social networks.

The hiring event will take place at Quadratec’s head office, 1028 Saunders Lane, West Goshen. For more information on running warehouses and contact center positions, visit www.quadratec.com/page/employment-opportunities.

Quadratec was founded in 1990 by Ted Wentz Jr., who wanted to provide Jeep 4×4 owners with reliable purchasing options. He started his Jeep catalog business in the basement of his house. After transitioning to a digital business, Quadratec was able to expand its customer base. Ted Wentz III was named CEO in October 2017. In December 2021, Quadratec announced that it would expand to include parts and accessories for the Ford Bronco.