March 03, 2015
Amazon is planning to hire another 800 employees for its 1.2 million-square-foot distribution center in Robbinsville, Mercer County, NJ.com reports.
The facility, which opened at the Matrix Business Park in July 2014, has already employed more than 1,500 people.
Mercer County and Robbinsville officials partnered with the Greater Mercer Transportation Management Association to introduce the Z-line, a free shuttle service from the Hamilton Marketplace on Route 130 to the business park, as a way to get people from elsewhere in the county -- especially Trenton -- to jobs at the facility.
In a statement, Mercer County Executive Brian Hughes said that 30,000 trips have been made on the Z-line, with a survey revealing that 96 percent of respondents were pleased with the service.
Applications can be completed at workatamazonfulfillment.com.
Amazon donated 50 Kindle devices and $2,500 in gift cards to Robbinsville schools in October to encourage the use of technology.
Read the full NJ.com article here.