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Company hiring for design jobs in Atlanta

Monday, January 16th, 2012

A company specializing in kids’ projects has announced its intent to hire for design jobs in Atlanta.

Kids II, an infant and toddler product company, is currently hiring professionals in 10 career categories to help design, manufacture, distribute, market and support its more than 400 products, it said in a press release.

The company plans to fill at least 50 positions in 2012, adding to the global employee base of nearly 400 worldwide employees — 230 of which are in Atlanta.

“We recognize the importance of creating a corporate culture where employees are empowered to make decisions and have access to the best available resources,” said Ryan Gunnigle, president and CEO of Kids II. “From designer work stations and interactive smart boards to a dynamic showroom, a game room and designer lounging areas, our executive team has worked hard to create a work environment that inspires innovation. We believe this will help fuel the creative minds that design, support and market our products.”

The company also announced it has relocated its global headquarters to the Terminus 200 office tower in Buckhead.

The new office will accommodate Kids II’s rapid growth and product expansion.

Company recruits for marketing jobs in Atlanta

Sunday, August 14th, 2011

A local company has secured a key hire for marketing jobs in Atlanta.

Cumulus Media Inc. is pleased to announce the hiring of Mike McVay as SVP of Programming. After 28 years, McVay leaves McVay Media, a full-service programming and marketing consulting firm with multiple divisions including McVay Syndication and Listener Driven Radio. Starting September 1st, Mike will join Jan Jeffries as SVP of Programming based out of the company’s headquarters in Atlanta.

Cumulus COO John Dickey comments, “Mike is one of our industry’s most talented programmers. His background as a station owner, content creator and brand builder will prove very valuable as Cumulus continues to grow.”