News : Applicants Sought for New Call Center
Jenkins, KY, USA, Aug 5, 2015 -- Jobseekers will have the opportunity to apply and interview for several new jobs coming soon to Letcher County during a job fair in Jenkins for Healthcare National Marketing, Inc. a health service company that enrolls customers into the National Association for Medical and Dental to receive group dental, vision and prescription drug benefits.
The Eastern Kentucky Concentrated Employment Program, Inc. and the city of Jenkins will host the job fair at Jenkins city hall, located at 9404 Hwy. 805.
Other participating organizations include LKLP Community Action, Kentucky Career Center JobSight and the Kentucky Office of Employment and Training.
Staff with EKCEP and LKLP will be on hand during the event to accept résumés and interview applicants for available positions at HNM’s new call center, slated to open in Jenkins in September. Positions will feature a starting salary of $11 per hour with benefits.
The company is looking to hire 50 people for the following positions: Sales agents, data entry keyers, verifiers, quality control analysts and receptionist.
Company officials will select applicants for a second interview based on their performance during the initial screening process on Aug. 11. Headquartered in New Port Richey, Florida, HNM is a second chance employer and will consider all applicants.
Jobseekers should bring a résumé in order to be considered at the job fair, along with a valid driver’s license and Social Security card.
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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About Eastern Kentucky Concentrated Employment Program, Inc.:
Eastern Kentucky Concentrated Employment Program, Inc. (EKCEP) is a nonprofit, federally funded workforce development organization headquartered in Hazard, Kentucky. EKCEP serves a population of nearly one-half million in 23 Appalachian counties with a mission of preparing, advancing, and expanding the workforce of Eastern Kentucky.
Published: Monday, August 10, 2015