Monday, August 16, 2010

Comdata adds 120 new jobs

A company that handles credit card payments and taxes for trucking companies, Comdata Corp. said today it would add about 120 new jobs to its Brentwood headquarters to handle growth in its business.
The new employees will support the company’s regulatory compliance division, which does things like file fuel tax returns for trucking companies and get oversize load permits for them.
“Comdata has been a member of the Middle Tennessee business community for over forty years, and we are excited to expand our workforce here in this area,” Comdata president Brett Rodewald said in a news release. “We are known for our ability to deliver innovative solutions and world-class customer service, and our Middle Tennessee associates have played a large role in establishing that reputation.”

Comdata already employs about 750 to 800 workers out of its Brentwood corporate office and more than 1,000 total in the U.S. and Canada. The company sells a Mastercard to the trucking companies that gives discounts at fuel stations and helps companies manage and track their spending. Comdata, which handles about $23 billion in card payment transactions annually, was founded in 1969.
The company said applicants for the new jobs could apply online at:

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