Concentrix Hosts Hiring Event Wednesday

Thursday, July 15, 2021

Concentrix is hosting a hiring event, Reach for the Stars, Launch Your Career with Concentrix, Wednesday from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. The Chattanooga Concentrix office is hiring 60 customer service and technical support positions with both onsite and work-at-home opportunities.

The virtual event will take place via Zoom. Interested applicants can get to know Concentrix at the information session, meet recruiters, learn more about the available opportunities, as well as get an introduction to the inclusive culture and people-oriented staff. To receive a link to attend, contact kimberly.basford@concentrix.com.

Concentrix’s goal is to create long-lasting careers and is now offering an increased, competitive starting wage plus incentives to build that long-term foundation and future opportunity for everyone who begins a career with the company, said officials. 

At Concentrix - a global customer experience services and technologies company - staff can take advantage of a path for career development, coaching and mentorship programs, a culture of belonging and a network of peers in addition to paid training, full benefits including medical, dental, vision and 401K, paid time off and holiday pay in the first year and more.

Concentrix, recently recognized among the Top 50 companies for “Happiest Employees” by Comparably.com, offers professional growth initiatives and leadership training that empowers staff to advance their careers within the company with many internal opportunities for promotions. In 2020, FlexJobs ranked Concentrix among the top 100 work-at-home employers. All available jobs can be found at careers.concentrix.com.


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