Minneapolis - Best
Buy plans to build out its IT function over the next 12 months with the
addition of more than 200 staffers.
The retailer is
recruiting professionals in e-commerce, business analytics, application
development, engineering and project management, and plans to post the first
100 positions within several weeks at www.bestbuy-jobs.com
The chain said its
IT group, based here at corporate headquarters, is "dedicated to transforming
the way people gain access to and get the most from their technology."
"As a technology
company that operates across a variety of channels, we're always looking for
ways to better serve our customers and employees," said Jody Davids, Best Buy's
chief information officer and global business services senior VP. "Bringing in
the best and the brightest IT talent will help us to achieve our ongoing goals
of providing a unique and engaging customer experience whether in-store, online
or across our mobile platforms."
Minneapolis - Best Buy plans to build out its IT function over the next 12 months with the addition of more than 200 staffers.