Posted September 29, 2018 07:12:30AARP has launched a new job posting for information managers in its retail, consumer and other professional service departments.
The job posting, which is available through its Web site, describes a role that is expected to “enable the AARP to deliver the information and insights our members want and need to make decisions about their own health care.”AARP says the new job will be part of a broader, four-year, $1.4 billion overhaul of the organization’s information technology and information technology services, or ITS services, which it calls its information technology workforce.
The company said it’s “actively recruiting for a new Information Technology Job in our retail, service, consumer, information and research workforce.”
Employees in information technology are expected to contribute to the company’s efforts to become more competitive, and the job posting includes the words “supporting the AASP.”
AARP said it will provide the information about the new position.
Employees who apply for the position will be notified about it in September.
AARP declined to provide an update on how many jobs are available for the role.AARP’s IT workforce has grown to more than 3,200 employees, with about 2,000 of those employees in the retail and consumer service jobs, according to a September 20 filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
AARP has about 1,600 information technology employees and is the country’s largest IT union.
The AARP IT workforce includes managers, supervisors and other personnel who manage AARP websites and other online content.
Aarp also employs a number of technical employees who help with the company�s digital and IT infrastructure.
The new job postings also include a link to the AARCP website that provides job information.
The information about this job posting is not being made available for public consumption.AARP does not provide employment information about its information management workforce.
It does provide job listings for information technology managers and supervisors.