New Albany offers a carefully calibrated mix of infrastructure, services, amenities and incentives that attract and retain a remarkable range of businesses. This diversity of options makes New Albany an ideal place to find a rewarding career. Below are links to the staffing and hiring pages of some of New Albany’s top employers as well as other job seeking resources.  

New Albany Area Largest Employers

Company   # of FTEs
Abercrombie & Fitch   2,500
Discover Financial Services   2,400
Aetna   1,851
AEP Transmission HQ   1000
Big Lots HQ   850
iQor   795
Axium Plastics   725
State Farm New Albany Operations Ctr   615
L Brands/MAST/Bath & Body Works   600
KDC/One (formerly KDC Columbus)   530
New Albany Plain Local School District   500
Justice (formerly Tween Brands)   400
Accel, Inc.   395
EMH & T   325
Bob Evans Farms   300
Mount Carmel New Albany   300
Ryder System, Inc. (formerly MXD Group)   250
Anomatic Corporation   230
Voyany Beauty (formerly VeePak of Ohio)   225


New Albany Works Job Postings

Staffing Companies

Acloché, LLC
Kelly Services
LGS Staffing Preferred
Mission Essential Personnel
Remedy Intelligent Staffing
Columbus Jobs
Ohio Means Jobs
New Albany Chamber Member Job Postings

JOB SEEKERS: Are you seeking employment or looking to change careers? If so, we encourage you to search for job openings using the New Albany Chamber of Commerce Career Center. This easy-to-use online job board provides localized listings from our Chamber members. Each listing includes information about the job and details about how to apply for a position.

EMPLOYERS: If you are a New Albany Chamber of Commerce member, you can post your open positions by logging in to the member section of the Chamber’s website and choosing Job Postings from the left hand menu.

Public Transportation

SmartRide – New Albany has partnered with the Central Ohio Transit Authority (COTA) to connect Columbus’ existing public transit options with the New Albany Business Park. Learn more about SmartRide by visiting the COTA website.

Emergency Ride Home – The Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission (MORPC) operates an Emergency Ride Home program. This free service assures commuters using alternate forms of transportation to and from work won’t be stranded at work in the case of an emergency, illness, or unexpected overtime. Visit the MOPRC website to find out more and register.