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Posted by Willy Franzen on December 27, 2012. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Assistant Vendor Manager (Category and Products)||San Francisco, CA|
|E-marketing Account Manager||Tustin, CA|
|Retail channel business developer||San Francisco Bay Area, CA|
|Inventory Stocker||Edison, NJ|
|Executive Assistant||Industry, CA|
|Sr. Copywriter||Industry, CA|
|Graphic Designer/Marketing Coordinator||Chicago, IL|
|Facility Associate II||Industry, CA|
|Team Lead Warehouse Inventory Cycle Count||Indianapolis, IN|
|Social Media Manager||Industry, CA|
I buy almost all of my electronics directly from Apple or on Amazon. They have pretty much everything that I ever need, but there’s plenty of stuff that they don’t carry. Whether you’re looking for computer parts, digital cameras, TVs, or a display, Newegg probably has it. They’re a City of Industry, CA based “e-retailer committed to becoming the most loved and trusted marketplace on the web by offering superior shopping experience, rapid delivery, and stellar customer service.” Newegg is way too big to call a niche player, but they certainly cater to the geekier crowd. If you want to build your own computer, they’re the place to buy components. Not only do they have a huge selection of products, but they’ve also built a community of reviewers who can provide in-depth information on their experiences with products they’ve purchased.
Newegg was founded nearly 12 years ago, and it has grown to 18 million customer and $2.5 billion in annual sales. That’s especially impressive considering that they started in 2001–a year when e-commerce companies weren’t doing so well. There’s not much more to say about Newegg. They sell all kinds of electronics. They provide fast shipping and excellent customer service. And they’ve built a community around the products they sell. If that sounds like the kind of company that you want to work for, take a look at Newegg’s Jobs page. Right now they have a few opportunities that could be a fit for a new or recent grad:
Newegg really promotes the opportunity for growth on their Careers page, so these jobs could lead to something pretty cool.
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