College Search Advisor

EduTrek is hiring both At-Home and In-House Call Center Agents. To be considered to work from home, an At-Home Agent must possess a minimum of one year of verifiable call center experience. Applicants who possess previous phone experience but have not previously worked from home or in a call center will be considered for an In-House position if they otherwise qualify. This is a customer service/sales position. Pay is $12 to $22 per hour.
Hourly pay is based on performance and CSAs are eligible for an increase each month. In addition to an incredible compensation package, EduTrek offers all full time CSAs medical insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, cafeteria fund, a company paid life insurance policy, company matching 401K program, paid holidays, paid sick time, paid vacation time, an employee referral bonus program, an incredibly flexible schedule, an option to work from home for those that qualify. EduTrek offers a variety of shifts ranging from 7 am to 3 pm, 8 am to 4 pm, 9 am to 5 pm, and 10:30 to 6:30 pm...all are Monday through Friday, 40 hours per week. Part time is available for the right candidate.
College Search Advisors (CSA) are required to take calls via a predictive dialer accepting both inbound transfers and outbound calls adhering to company quality and production standards. During these calls CSAs gather information regarding the educational background, interests, and goals, of a potential student. Once a profile has been created, a CSA searches our national database to get the potential student in contact with the schools that best match the programs the student is looking for.
Applicants must have a minimum of one year customer service or similar sales experience, preferably in a call center environment. All other applicants will not be considered.
Contact: Brent Melis
Phone: 801-428-1434
To apply please take a 30 minute pre-employment test at http://www.ondemandassessment.com/verify/apply/BqBADmq/PhbTEwh
You will be prompted to submit your resume during this process.

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