Archive for November, 2011

Company hires for customer service jobs in Atlanta

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011

Ryla announced this week that is recruiting hundreds for customer service jobs in Atlanta.

The Alorica company announced that it needs to hire over 650 people immediately for a temporary one-week project. The customer service jobs are the final wave of hiring for a seasonal project at the Ryla contact center.

“This is a perfect opportunity to make extra cash for the holidays,” says Ryla HR Director Karen Smith. “Employees will make $9 per hour with a bonus of an extra $1.00 an hour at the end of the project for each hour worked,” stated Smith. Employees will be paid for all project work on December 16. Additional incentives will be offered, and a drawing for a cruise for two will be awarded on the final day of the project.

Employees hired will be offered paid training and will work from December 5 – 12. Candidates should have basic customer service skills and a general knowledge of computers. The three-day training program begins on Monday, December 5, and the remaining time will be spent taking customer care calls through Monday, December 12.

Interested applicants should apply online at . Qualified applicants will be contacted for a scheduled interview. Ryla is a leading domestic-focused provider of customer contact services for Fortune 500 companies and government agencies. Ryla does not conduct telemarketing or cold calls.

CRC hiring for sales jobs in Atlanta

Friday, November 18th, 2011

CRC said this week that despite the sluggish economy, it is recruiting for a variety of jobs, including sales jobs in Atlanta.

CRC, Computer Resource Center, LLC was founded in 1989 in Tampa Florida as a software development company for the Consumer Packaged Goods industry. Beginning in 1996, CRC began serving its software in the cloud as a provider of Software as a Service.

CRC is currently trying to hire in four different departments: (more…)

UPS expects to hire even more people for shipping jobs in Atlanta

Saturday, November 12th, 2011

Revising its earlier figure, UPS said last week it plans on hiring even more people for shipping jobs in Atlanta in anticipation of a big holiday season.

The shipping giant said it will be hiring 55,000 seasonal employees across the U.S. this year to work either as driver helpers or package sorters, loaders or unloaders.

This is up from its previously announced figure. UPS is hiring for jobs all across the US, and even for seasonal jobs in San Antonio. (more…)