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Local telemarketing service hosts job fair, live remote with prize giveaway

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NILES, Ohio - A job fair sponsored by a local telemarketing company kicks off today.

West Business Solutions, located at 5185 Youngstown-Warren Road in Niles, will open its Human Resource office from Monday through June 20, according to a release.

Human Resources Director Pat Cascarelli said the company is looking to hire about 300 people over the summer.

They are specifically looking for Technical Associate positions where people take inbound calls for customers using iPads and other advanced residential devices with a cell phone company.

Cascarelli said the company is looking for the following qualifications from job seekers:
  • At least six months of customer service experience
  • High school diploma 
  • Intermediate computer skills

The company will also hold a live radio remote, giving away free prizes, on Monday between 11a.m.- 1 p.m.

Job seekers can stop by the office to apply, visit westemployment.com, or call the HR office at (330)-574-0507. Cascarelli said West plans to hold more job fairs until their hiring quota is met.

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