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Company adds 1,200 jobs to the Central Texas area

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MCGREGOR, TX (KXXV) -

C3/CustomerContactChannels have announced the addition of 1,200 full-time jobs at its McGregor call center facility.

These positions will mainly be for customer service agents, but there are also supervisor positions available. C3 plans to hire for these positions in the next four to six months.

Headquartered in Plantation, Fl., C3 is a global provider of outsourced business processes, including sales, services, performance optimization, reputation management and complete customer lifecycle management through traditional, web and emerging communication channels. The McGregor facility was opened in August 2011, when the region was recovering from the economic recession. Now, it is one of the largest employers in the area.

“These newly created positions are a direct result of the growth we are experiencing as a company, especially in the healthcare industry,” said Suzette Mansfield, C3 site director.  “We are looking for people who enjoy solving problems and creating exceptional customer-service experiences through traditional and modern streams of communication.”

C3 is looking for candidates with exemplary communications skills who are also computer proficient. Training will be offered to those who are new to the industry.

Those interested in apply may do so by filling out an online application here. C3 is also holding on-site job fairs every Tuesday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

The McGregor facility is located at 1101 Johnson Drive. 

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