Enovate to Bring 400+ New Jobs to Murfreesboro
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — State officials say medical device company Enovate Medical plans to expand its operations at its U.S. headquarters in Murfreesboro, adding 410 jobs in the next five years.
The company says that the expansion in Rutherford County represents an investment of just over $13 million and stems from the consolidation of operations at its facility in Canton, Mich.
Enovate Medical President and CEO Nick Mendez says the expansion will include the company's corporate headquarters, and manufacturing and research and development facilities in Murfreesboro.
Enovate Medical designs wall-mounted computer workstations, mobile computer workstations, and medication transport and storage systems for use in health care environments.
The company will be hiring for manufacturing, maintenance, office and management positions. You can find an email where you can submit a resume on the news page at wmot.org.
The company is accepting resumes at email@example.com.