Company to Add 1,000 Jobs
The majority of openings are for customer service representatives.
Alorica, a leading provider of customer management outsourcing solutions, announced its plans recently to add more than 1,000 new jobs by the end of the year.
Some positions are seasonal employment opportunities, while others are permanent. The majority of openings are for customer service representatives.
“Our company is seeking and recruiting for talented, committed and team-oriented employees to join our Alorica team,” says Jay McAdoo, Vice President of Operations at Alorica.
Alorica’s job growth in Cobb County as well as in the industry, makes this a truly exciting announcement, said Brooks Mathis, Vice President of Economic Development with the Cobb Chamber.
“The addition of the new positions to their already growing 1,200 in Cobb will surely benefit the Town Center Area CID, Cobb County and Georgia. We are thrilled to have a company such as Alorica that leads the industry in growth and has an impressive international footprint,” Mathis said.
Career fairs are planned for Wednesday, July 25, from 5–9 p.m. and Saturday, July 28, from 9 a.m.–1 p.m. at the Alorica facility.
Candidates may also apply online at www.aloricajobs.com. Candidates should have general computer knowledge, good verbal communication, excellent customer service skills and a high school diploma (or GED). English and Bilingual Spanish speaking employees are needed. Management positions are also being hired.
“Our current hiring need is not only an indicator of company growth, but is also an example of the company’s long-term commitment to economic growth for the Kennesaw area,” added Alorica’s McAdoo. “We are pleased and proud to be able to offer stable, secure job opportunities in our local community. It is due to the hard work and perseverance of our existing employee team that has made this new growth possible!”
The facility currently employs nearly 1,200 employees and will grow significantly in the next few months as our recruiting efforts get underway.
“A significant expansion like this one is the result of a company’s business success in the right environment, and it’s plain that Alorica and Cobb County, Georgia are a good match,” Chris Cummiskey, commissioner of the Georgia Department of Economic Development, said. “Most job growth in the state is created by existing companies, so we work hard to ensure they are fully connected with the state resources that will help them thrive.”
Alorica provides paid training with the latest interactive and communications technologies, a competitive compensation and benefits package including tuition assistance and employee referral bonuses, as well as ongoing advancement potential.