Santa Rosa lands another 30 jobs

Just days after announcing that three major employers are coming to the Santa Rosa Industrial Park (SRIP) East, the county’s economic development office today revealed that another 30 new jobs are slated for the Northwest Florida Industrial Park @ I-10. The county commission approved final details that give the go-ahead for a new company to move forward with a $2.5 to $3 million capital investment in the I-10 Industrial Park and launch operations there.

Santa Rosa Breaks Ground on New Hangar Facility at Peter Prince Airport

Santa Rosa County officials broke ground on a new hangar facility at Peter Prince Airport that will serve as the temporary home to AgustaWestland Philadelphia Corporation, dba Leonardo Helicopters, a Philadelphia-based aviation company that is expected to bring 50 new, high-paying jobs to the area. In April, county commissioners gave the go-ahead for design and engineering of the hangar, warehouse, and modular office complex. Construction on the new facility is expected to begin later this month.

Gov. Scott: OMNICOMMANDER Creates 30 New Jobs for Families

Governor Rick Scott announced that OMNICOMMANDER will be creating more than 30 new jobs in the financial technology industry. OMNICOMMANDER is a Miramar Beach based technology company specializing in Credit Union Website Design, Social Media Marketing and branding solutions that currently employs more than 20 Floridians. The more than 30 new jobs will include positions for web developers, project managers, quality assurance professionals, sales executives and account representatives.

What’s the biggest employer in every Alabama county?

Alabama is a state of almost 5 million people, with a gross domestic product of $211 billion in 2017. But look at it at the county level, and you get a picture, large and small, of how Alabamians make a living. There’s education, manufacturing, healthcare and other sectors, with companies international and domestic.