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GoDaddy looks to fill 200 jobs

In an effort to fill more than 200 job positions, web hosting provider GoDaddy announced on Friday it will host a career fair next week in Phoenix.

The move follows GoDaddy’s initiative last July to expand its staff at its Iowa customer service center by 300 employees.

The fair will be held on October 16 from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Hilton Phoenix East/Mesa, located at 1011 W. Holmes Ave.

Among the positions GoDaddy is looking to fill are software developers, IT professionals, business-intelligence and customer-service representatives.

The job fair is just another indication of how rapidly GoDaddy is growing. The company was recently listed on the Inc. 5000 list, ranking at #2862, showing an 80 percent three-year growth rate and $894.3 million in revenue for 2011.

The Scottsdale-based hosting company has been revered for the overall quality of its workplace experience. In 2009, GoDaddy achieved its sixth consecutive listing among the “Valley’s Best Places to Work“.

One position that has yet to be filled for the long term is CEO. Former CEO Warren Adelman stepped down in June, with KKR Capstone executive Scott Wagner filling in for the interim while the board searches for a permanent CEO.

A full list of job postings can be viewed at GoDaddy’s website.

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