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News : Alorica Announces Magna Hiring Event
MAGNA, Utah, October 30, 2013 -- Alorica, a provider of customer management outsourcing solutions, announces that they are hiring 350 full-time, permanent positions. The majority of openings are for technical support representative jobs, however management and support positions are needed as well.
Interested, qualified applicants should be prepared to interview and take necessary job assessment testing. Job offers will be made at the hiring event.
Paid training classes begin in November for new team members with morning and evening classes available. Flexible work schedules will be offered following training, including some evening and/or weekend shifts. Technical support and customer service experience is required and a high school diploma or GED. Alorica offers a motivating, casual team-like work environment and a comprehensive benefits package including paid time off, tuition reimbursement and 401(k) plan. Compensation will be up to $14+ per hour depending on experience.
To apply for a position online go to the Alorica website.
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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At Alorica, we only do one thing – we make lives better. How? By creating insanely great experiences for customers — online, on the phone and through social media. From acquisition and sales to customer care and support, Alorica provides a host of world class services, including customer relationship management and back office support. We’re proud to passionately serve clients as diverse as we are — including communications, financial services, healthcare, retail and tech companies, many in the Fortune 500. We call the OC home, headquartered in Irvine, CA, with more than 50,000 employees in 73 locations across the globe.
Published: Friday, November 1, 2013