Submitted by suestock on 10/04/2010 - 11:41
Submitted by johnmurawski on 03/08/2010 - 11:09
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.
Submitted by johnmurawski on 11/11/2009 - 12:12
A national call center operator is planning to hire 150 people in Raleigh in the coming month to meet a tight deadline for a corporate client.
Affiliated Computer Services, based in Dallas, plans to bring its staff total in the state to 2,750, with more than 1,100 new hires in Raleigh just since March.
The company doesn't disclose its clients, but many are in the communications and health care industries, said ACS spokesman Chris Gilligan.
Submitted by AlanMWolf on 10/12/2009 - 17:54
Affiliated Computer Services keeps adding workers at its Raleigh call center.
In April, the Texas company announced plans to hire 240 employees, followed by news in August that it planned to add 465 more.
Today, the company, which last month agreed to be bought by Xerox for about $6.4 billion, said it needs another 150 permanent, full-time workers in Raleigh.
Submitted by AlanMWolf on 09/28/2009 - 10:20
A technology services company that is hiring hundreds of workers for its Raleigh call center will be bought by Xerox.
Affiliated Computer Services of Dallas will be acquired for about $6.4 billion in cash in stock, the companies announced this morning. The deal will help expand Xerox's business beyond printers and document management products into more services for corporations.
ACS already employs about 2,500 people in North Carolina, including 1,000 at a Cary facility and 700 in Raleigh. The company provides customer-support services for health-care, government and other customers.
In August, ACS announced plans to hire 465 people to expand its Raleigh call center, including 125 permanent and full-time positions, and 340 temporary jobs.
Submitted by AlanMWolf on 09/11/2009 - 06:00
Affiliated Computer Services, which is hiring hundreds for its Raleigh call center, also is adding jobs at a call center in Henderson.
ACS is hiring more than 100 customer-care representatives for its center in Vance County, which supports health-care clients. The center, about 45 miles northeast of Raleigh, opened in 2003 and employs about 270 people now, said ACS spokesman Ken Ericson.
In August, ACS announced plans to hire 465 people to expand its Raleigh call center. That facility employs about 700.
ACS employs about 2,500 in North Carolina, including about 1,300 at a call center in Cary.
To fill the Henderson positions, the company will offer free pre-employment classes at Vance Granville Community College starting next week. For more information, call 252-431-8425 or visit ACS online.
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