They’ll soon be making Elizabeth Arden cosmetics in Granville County.
The governor’s office announced Friday that Revlon will expand its plant in Oxford and add 55 full-time jobs there over the next three years.
The company is planning to invest $16.1 million in the facility to add new equipment, fragrance filling and assembly lines.
Salaries for the new jobs will vary by position but will average $37,679 annually, which is in line with Granville County’s average annual wage.
If the company achieves its hiring and investment goals, it will receive a $100,000 grant from the One North Carolina Fund. Granville County is required to make a matching grant.
Revlon currently employs about 1,300 people at the Oxford plant, which it opened in 1986.
The expansion is the second announced this week by a major employer in the Triangle. On Monday, the Department of Commerce announced that Pfizer would expand its facilities in Sanford and add 40 jobs in gene therapy over three years.