Indeed, the world’s number one job site, Thursday announced plans for a huge expansion in Austin and plans to add 3,000 new jobs.

The Austin-based company is adding 615,000 square feet of office space in two new offices.

“We are committed to growing in Austin, a city that is a proven tech hub with excellent access to talent and a community that encourages innovation,” Indeed President Chris Hyams said in a news release. “As one of Indeed’s founding cities, it has been a great place to grow our organization over the past 13 years as we’ve helped millions of job seekers find new opportunities.”

Indeed is expanding downtown with plans to occupy the top nine floors at Block 71 at 6th and Lavaca Street. It is also developing the full Domain Tower at 721 Domain Drive. These offices are in addition to the company’s tech campus located in Austin tech corridor of Loop 360.

Indeed’s employment has quadrupled in the past three years as the company has expanded globally and added new products.

“Indeed is a hometown success story and a great example of what type of innovation and opportunity find root here in Austin,” Mayor Steve Adler said in a news release.

Austin serves as a global technical hub for the company with a high concentration of engineering and product teams, but it has employees across all functions – finance, legal, sales, marketing, corporate development, client success and human resources. Future hiring will be across all functions.

Indeed was founded in Austin and Stamford, CT in 2004. Today, there are more than 1,600 employees in Austin, and Indeed has over 6,100 employees in 27 offices around the world.