Granite Telecommunications to add 50 jobs in Lincoln

Granite Telecommunications moved to larger office and announced Wednesday. It plans to hire at least 50 new employees for the new Lincoln office. Pictured (from left to right): Paul Goodwin, R.I. General Assembly Senator Thomas J. Paolino, R.I. Secretary of Commerce Stephen Pryor, Lincoln town administrator T. Joseph Almond, and Rand Currier/ COURTESY GRANITE
GRANITE TELECOMMUNICATIONS has tripled its footprint at its Lincoln offices, with the expectations that the IT service provider will add at least 50 employees at the location. Pictured, from left, Paul Goodwin, regional vice president, Granite; R.I. Sen. Thomas J. Paolino, R-Lincoln; R.I. Commerce Secretary Stefan Pryor; Lincoln Town Administrator T. Joseph Almond; Granite owner and Chief Operating Officer Rand Currier. / COURTESY GRANITE TELECOMMUNICATIONS
LINCOLN – Granite Telecommunications LLC announced it has tripled the square footage of its office in Lincoln, with the intention of adding a minimum of 50 new sales, tech, leadership and customer support positions. The company held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday that included R.I. Commerce Secretary Stefan Pryor. Granite will be shifting its Rhode Island operations…

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