Calling, tech support company looking to hire 700 in Tucson - Tucson News Now

Calling, tech support company looking to hire 700 in Tucson

C3 plans to have all 700 spots filled within the next two months. (Source: KOLD News 13) C3 plans to have all 700 spots filled within the next two months. (Source: KOLD News 13)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

If you’re looking for a job paying above minimum wage then look no further than C3, also known as Customer Contact Channels, which is planning to expand on a large scale in Tucson.

The company is looking to hire more than 700 people within the next two months. Positions will be at the company's Foothills Mall location and on the east side.

C3 is a communications company that acts as the call center for its clients. When the clients’ customers need tech or product support via the telephone, C3’s employees are that line of assistance. They also make sales calls.

Representatives for the company say they chose to hire in the Tucson area instead of the other locations that they have across the west because of the talent and growth they see in the area.

They told Tucson News Now exactly what they’re looking for in a potential Tucson candidate to hire.

“Someone who is very good over the phone. Someone who is empathetic and can work with customers. An individual who has good computer skills, can work with a PC,“ said Bruce Maxwell, Vice President of Operations.

If you’re someone who is interested in one of those 700 positions with C3, you can apply online HERE. They say they plan to have all 700 spots filled within the next two months.

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