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Call center in Raleigh hiring to fill 280 openings

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A call center in Raleigh is hiring 280 call representatives and supervisors as it expands local staff by about 25 percent.

Affiliated Computer Services is accepting applications by phone, online as well as walk-ins at its facility in Raleigh. The company currently employs 1,100 in Raleigh and 3,250 throughout the state.

ACS contracts with businesses to provide customer service functions and other services. ACS service call reps take incoming calls and answer questions and provide information to customers of banks, insurance companies and other businesses.

ACS does not reveal the names of the businesses and government agencies for which it provides contract work. ACS is hiring in Raleigh to meet demand from a business it serves that is expanding, said company spokesman Chris Gilligan. ACS is also hiring in Kentucky and Oregon.

The call reps will be paid above the minimum wage, which is $7.25 an hour.

ACS, based in Dallas, employs 78,000 worldwide. The company was bought last month by the Xerox Corp. and is now a subsidiary of the Norwalk, Conn.-based technology company.

Those interested in applying can call 424-9076, go to www.acs-inc.com or visit the Raleigh office at 2641 Sumner Boulevard.

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Philippine call center is also in need of agents. It only shows that call center industry is a big contribution for the people to have an opportunity to land a job.

http://www.callcenterphilippines.org

Re:Call center in Raleigh hiring to fill 280 openings Read more

Philippine call center is also in need of agents. It only shows that call center industry is a big contribution for the people to have an opportunity to land a job.

http://www.callcenterphilippines.org

Re:Call center in Raleigh hiring to fill 280 openings Read more

Philippine call center is also in need of agents. It only shows that call center industry is a big contribution for the people to have an opportunity to land a job.

http://www.callcenterphilippines.org

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John Murawski has been a full-time newspaper reporter since 1991, with stints at Legal Times and The Chronicle of Philanthropy (both in Washington, DC), The Philadelphia Inquirer and The Palm Beach Post (in South Florida) before arriving at the N&O in December 2004. At the N&O he covers energy (nuclear, coal, renewable, efficiency), hydraulic fracturing (or "fracking"), public utilities and health care. His beat includes PSNC Energy, Piedmont Natural Gas, Duke Energy Progress, PowerSecure International, GlaxoSmithKline, Merck, Novo Nordisk, Pfizer, Biogen Idec and others. He has also contributed more than 30 book reviews on topics spanning botany, history, science and religion. You can reach him at 919-829-8932 or e-mail him.
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