January 7th, 2011
CallMe!, the leader in Human Capital Management for the Call Center industry, announced today that it is holding open house career fairs beginning Jan. 18th in its Atlanta offices.
CallMe! Chief Executive Officer Chris Bracken noted, “CallMe! is working with several clients in the area to fill great call center jobs. In the last year, our company has grown to be the leader in the call center staffing space, and this hiring campaign reflects our success.”
Specific jobs to be filled include:
- Customer Service Agents& Managers
- Collection Agents& Managers
- Inside Sales Agents
- Tech Support Agents
CallMe! will be hosting open house job fairs every Tuesday and Thursday from 10 a.m. until 12 p.m. at 1 Glenlake Parkway, Suite 1225, Atlanta, GA 30328.
For more information, please visit us on the web at www.callme.io, view call center jobs at callmejobs.com, or call us at 877-402-2563.
October 11th, 2010
Columbus, Ohio, United States of America October 11, 2010 – CallMe! Staffing, the leader in call center staffing, in conjunction with the Central Ohio Workforce Investment Corporation, will be hosting a job fair on Wednesday, October 13th from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at 1111 E. Broad Street, Columbus, OH 43205.
The job fair will be for those interested in call center jobs, customer service jobs and collections jobs in the Columbus, Ohio area.
For more information about the job opportunities, visit our website at CallMeStaffing.com or call us at 877-402-2563.
More information can be found online at http://www.callmestaffing.com
September 20th, 2010
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
September 20, 2010 — CallMe! Staffing, LLC, the leader in call center staffing, announced today that it is seeking to fill multiple call center manager, team lead, quality assurance, and customer service agent positions in Columbus, Ohio.
CallMe! Chief Executive Officer Chris Bracken noted, “CallMe! is eager to fill these call center customer service positions on behalf of our client. This magnitude of hiring is exciting given the current economic climate and provides a unique opportunity for the Columbus, Ohio job market.”
Specific jobs to be filled include:
Call Center Agents – handling inbound customer service calls.
Call Center Quality Assurance – responsible for monitoring call center compliance and training.
Call Center Manager – responsible for managing several hundred call center agents.
July 10th, 2010
Some great advice for job seekers in the internet age (from WorkAwesome):
Resumes and Cover Letters Still Matter
Yes, these two pieces of paper are still important (check out CallMe!’s our previous advice here). Maybe they’re attachments to your e-mail. But you need to give the hiring managers something to print and read.
While you’re at it, make sure you use proper grammar and spelling. One HR professional says she cuts and pastes all the cover letters she receives into Word so the spell check can tell her who gets it wrong.
Use Social Networks
College students are ignoring Twitter but the people who want to hire them are on it. Get in front of the people who are looking for your talents. Network in their circles.
Don’t Abuse Social Networks
Take a look at your Facebook account. How many times do the words “drunk,” “wasted” and “PARRRR-TAY” appear on pages? That doesn’t cut it with most employers. Sure they did it when they were your age. But not they’re responsible adults who want to hire people who know how to pretend they’re responsible adults.
Don’t put anything in a tweet or update that you wouldn’t say in a job interview.
- Bonus Tip: Change your Facebook privacy settings so that the only photos of you that can be tagged with your name are ones you tag. So all those beer pong photos don’t show on your wall.
Optimize Your LinkedIn Profile
LinkedIn can be a valuable tool for finding a job. Make sure your public profile looks as good as your resume.
Clean up Your Email Address
Do you know how many people in your industry want to hire someone with the email address party_girl69 at hotmail.com? Unless it’s more than 90%, you’d better create a new job search email address. Any clean variation of your name will work fine – unless you’re John Smith.
Also, employers are searching social networks for candidates’ e-mail addresses. So give them one that’s not attached to your MySpace page.
Of course creative is a relative term. You don’t want to be seen as avant garde when you’re looking for a job in accounting, insurance or banking. But you want to stand out in a good way and show you know how your industry works.
Consider Alex Brownstein. The copywriter identified five creative directors he admired and started using Google Adwords campaigns for their names. When the directors Googled themselves, they saw this ad at the top of the search page:
“Hey, [creative director's name]: Goooogling [sic] yourself is a lot of fun. Hiring me is fun, too”
You’ll never guess who got his dream job.
June 14th, 2010
Via PR Newswire:
ATLANTA, June 14 /PRNewswire/ — CallMe! Staffing, LLC, the new leader in call center staffing, announced today the company, on behalf of its client, is seeking to fill more than two hundred telesales call center positions based in the San Diego area.
CallMe! Chief Executive Officer Chris Bracken noted, “CallMe! is eager to fill these call center telesales positions on behalf of our client. This magnitude of hiring is exciting given the current economic climate and provides a unique opportunity for the San Diego job market.”
For more information regarding the positions available, or to apply, please visit www.callmestaffing.com.
CallMe! Staffing, LLC, is a purpose built company designed to provide Intelligent Call Center Staffing. Focused exclusively on the call center industry, CallMe! leverages its expertise staffing and running large and successful call center companies to efficiently provide motivated and qualified call center managers and agents.
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June 10th, 2010
We are hiring for an internal sales consultant position in our Atlanta headquarters. If you think you can drive B2B sales in a competitive, high-energy environment, prove it…
Sales Consultant | Apply here.