Cable company Charter Communications, which last year acquired Time Warner Cable, is adding 160 call center sales representatives in Morrisville.
The Connecticut-based company announced Tuesday that it is looking to fill 215 openings for call center sales jobs by the end of April, including 160 new jobs.
All of the jobs are full-time and include benefits. Charter spokesman Scott Pryzwansky declined to disclose the wages being offered except to say that they are “competitive.”
Charter has scheduled a job fair at its offices at 4200 Paramount Parkway for Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. where candidates can learn more about the jobs – including hours, pay and training. Face-to-face interviews for qualified candidates also will be conducted Saturday.
Interested applicants should apply online before the event at https://jobs.spectrum.com using 186508BR as the “keyword.”
When Charter acquired Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks last year it became the nation’s No. 2 home internet provider and No. 3 pay TV provider. At that time, Charter said it planned to hire 20,000 U.S. workers to replace Time Warner’s overseas customer services representatives and to perform work that had been outsourced.