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Looking for work? One local pharmaceutical company is hiring

Xellia Pharmaceuticals in Bedford is looking to fill 100 jobs in multiple fields

BEDFORD, Ohio — As unemployment numbers continue to rise across Ohio because of the coronavirus, one local pharmaceutical company is looking to fill at least 100 jobs. 

Xellia Phamaceuticals in Bedford, Ohio, recently got FDA approval to begin manufacturing anti-infective drugs, and needs to ramp up production. With that increase in production, they're looking to fill jobs in manufacturing, supply chain, distribution, quality assurance, engineering and finance. 

You can see a full list of job openings on their careers page.

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