NGC, PMG parent company hiring 44 positions with $2.5K signing bonus

Certified Collectibles Group (CCG) is looking to immediately hire dozens of employees across nearly all positions within the U.S.-based firm, whose various subsidiaries include massive third-party grading services for coins, paper money plus comic books and trading cards.

According to an April 26 statement, the company – which is headquartered in Florida but has offices in London, Munich, Shanghai and Hong Kong – is offering a $2,500 US signing bonus to every new hire. Altogether, eight CCG subsidiaries, including Numismatic Guaranty Corp. (NGC), NGC Shanghai, NGC U.K. plus Paper Money Guaranty (PMG), are hiring nearly 45 entry-level, specialist and management positions.

The bulk of the NGC and PMG openings are for coin and paper money graders. The vast majority of the openings are for jobs at NGC headquarters in Sarasota, Fla.; however, there are two openings each in London and Shanghai.

Together, all of CCG’s subsidiaries have certified more than 60 million collectibles since 1987, when NGC was formed in Sarasota, Fla.

Today, more than 265 employees work at NGC’s Sarasota headquarters while about 85 more people are employed by CCG globally.

All new hires receive “comprehensive, paid training” from CCG, the firm’s said in its recent statement.

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