Customer service firm Sitel will hold a job fair to hire 400 permanent positions in Las Vegas.
The company based in Tennessee said the job fair will take place on Wednesday, Nov. 6, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
People interested in positions at Sitel can apply at sitel.com.
The company describes itself as an outsourced customer care service.
"At Sitel our ideal candidates are people who are motivated and committed to providing a friendly great quality customer service experience," said Site Director, Linda Chambliss. "Our goal is to find people who are Quality focused and have Customer Service experience with a desire to explore long-term career potential with us."
The hiring fair is at 420 Pilot Rd.
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