UPDATED: Job Postings From Worksource Spokane
130 S. Arthur Spokane, WA 99202
Contact Number (509) 532-3186
Hiring Event on Tuesday August 24, 2010 at 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in Ponderosa Room second floor at WorkSource.
West is now hiring Customer Service Representatives to provide incoming service assistance for our client, who is now solely owned by the largest wireless company in the United States. With more than 62 million subscribers using the nation's largest digital voice and data network, our client is dedicated to providing customers with the quality of products and services to which they`ve grown accustomed fewest dropped calls, exclusive cell phones and mobile devices, cutting-edge technology, and a large selection of rate plans.
As a Customer Service Representative, you will be responsible for handling incoming calls from Wireless customers regarding postpaid phone accounts. Some concerns will include: upgrading/downgrading plan information, assisting with programming voicemail, and troubleshooting minor technical issues such as gaining access to the Internet. In addition, you will assist with payment processing, and answering customer billing inquiries. West is seeking customer focused, team players, with a desire to succeed. A pre-employment drug screen will be required. West is seeking customer focused, team players, with a desire to succeed.
The starting wage for this position is $ 10.25 per hour, with an increase to $10.50 after 90 days. Benefits included.
Schedule Monday through Friday
Hiring Event on Tuesday August 24, 2010 at 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Ponderosa Room second floor at WorkSource.
West Corporation, a leader in outsourced communication solutions, is seeking motivated individuals to represent our Insurance Services client, Aetna. As Insurance Sales Representatives.
This position offers a career pathway with unlimited growth potential! Within the first year of employment, West agents will have the opportunity to apply for enrollment in our Insurance Training and Licensing program. West pays all the fees and provides the necessary support, as you become a licensed insurance professional. West is seeking customer focused, team players, with a desire to succeed.
$9.00 per hour, Benefits include. Schedule Monday through Friday
Job Title: LEAD HVAC INSTALLER
Order Number: WA2081396
*WorkSource requests electronic resume accurately reflecting requirements to apply*
Local employer is seeking a Lead HVAC Installer to supervise a HVAC crew to ensure jobs are completed in a timely manner according to company and customer specifications and appropriate code. Applicant must have at least 5 years experience as a Lead HVAC Installer in both commercial and residential. 06A license, EPA and Mech 1 card are required.
SALARY / WAGE / BENEFITS:
$15.00 to $22.00 per hour. 1 week vacation after 12 months. Medical after 180 days and holiday after 90 days.
HOURS / DAYS / SCHEDULE:
Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Networking with Employers
Come meet directly with the HR/Recruiting Manager from ReferencePro, a verification & reference company located in the Spokane area!
Noelle Long, PHR will be at WorkSource for a question and answer session! She will be sharing information about her company and any upcoming positions.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 24TH
3:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
WorkSource Spokane, 130 South Arthur
Cypress Room – 1st Floor
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