The Joplin Globe, Joplin, MO


April 5, 2013

ATT to hire 48 more workers for Joplin Call Center

JOPLIN, Mo. — AT&T today said it will hire another 48 employees for its Joplin Call Center.

The jobs are Business Customer Service Specialist positions in the company’s small business segment. Employees answer customer/client requests or inquires concerning services, products, billing, equipment and claims.

Starting pay for the positions ranges from $10.28 to $11.62 per hour, depending on education and experience. The jobs are full time and offer benefits including health care and 401(k) contribution matching. New employees will receive 10 weeks of paid training and on-the-job support as they learn new job skills.

 Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and have six months experience operating a computer in Windows-based environment


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