News : CyraCom Opens Tucson Location, Hiring Full-time Employees
Tucson, AZ, April 15, 2014 -- CyraCom, the Tucson-based interpreter and translation services provider, announced that it will be opening its fourth location in Tucson. The new location, which will be in downtown Tucson on 1 E. Congress St., will be the company’s fifth contact center and seventh location nationally. The company plans to hire over 75 positions to work as language interpreters at that location, bringing the total number of employees in Southern Arizona to over 500.
"The Tucson community has supported CyraCom since we were founded here in 1995. We are committed to developing our workforce in Tucson and support the downtown redevelopment," said Chairman and CEO Jeremy Woan.
CyraCom is offering attractive career opportunities in an up and coming profession. In addition to competitive starting salaries and a comprehensive benefits package, employees will also receive 120 hours of paid training to become professional interpreters.
Applicants need to be fully proficient in two languages and have graduated from high school. The company is also hiring college graduates for positions in Sales and Marketing.
"I’m very pleased that CyraCom is expanding operations in Tucson," said Mayor Rothschild. "The multi-language interpreting services they provide are a great benefit to this and many other communities."
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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CyraCom provides Transparent Language Services on demand, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year in over 150 different languages accessible through an 800 number. This service can be programmed seamlessly into an organization’s current PBX and telephone network for quick one button access. This eliminates the need for operator assisted calling, though this type of connection can be requested. The service can also be accessed using a variety of telephonic devices, including handsets, speakerphones or even cellular and wireless telephonic equipment.
Published: Thursday, April 17, 2014