Mr. Cooper Group has informed state authorities that the planned shuttering of its Beaverton, Oregon, location will get rid of 301 jobs. So reports The Oregonian.
The loan servicing company said the jobs would be gone by March 18. The pending closure of the Beaverton site was previously announced, but not the number of layoffs.
Mr. Cooper Group, then owned by IBM, received almost $1 million in state and local subsidies a decade ago, vowing to add another location in Beaverton and boost the staffing at its existing office by 900 jobs. Those goals were never reached and layoffs began in 2014.