KIMA is following up to the new call center downtown. We learned more than 40-people have already been hired but additional jobs are up for grabs.
Arvato set up shop in the old Whirlpool space last December.
The company has plans to hire at least 150-employees. The first round of hires are still going through training.
Supervisors told us they're still looking for more workers.
"Not only are they bringing a lot of new jobs here, but quality jobs. Long term, full time employees that will really help the Valley," said Arvato HR Manager Alexandria Coleman.
Arvato said it will be continuously hiring through the summer.
If you're interested in applying, you can contact a supervisor here: www.Yakima.Jobs@arvatousa.com