Here’s Your Chance: Over 200 Work at Home Employees Needed

The word is out!  On January 30th, Alpine Access announced they are looking to hire over 200 employees over the next month, so now’s your chance to apply for a legitimate work at home position!  The company currently employs approximately 5,000 people in over 1,800 cities and towns throughout the US and Canada.

Hiring efforts for the next few weeks will focus on, but not limited to the following major cities.  Applications will be accepted from across the country.

• Charlotte, North Carolina
• Fort Worth, Texas
• Miami, Florida
• Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
• Tucson, Arizona

The majority of the positions in these five areas will be medical and dental billing, customer service and payment specialists.

“When it comes to delivering high-quality and cost-effective customer interactions, few companies can compete with our virtual environment,” said Christopher M. Carrington, president and CEO of Alpine Access. “Our clients receive superior value, while our home-based employees enjoy the increased freedom and flexibility provided by at-home careers. It’s a great solution for everyone.”

The use of at-home agents continues to grow, due to the proven effectiveness in providing lower cost and high quality contact center services.

The company is looking for self-starters that desire home-based employment. Alpine Access customer care professionals have strong educational backgrounds, a work history that includes previous customer service related responsibilities and good online computer skills.

To learn more about specific employment requirements or to apply for a home-based position, visit the Alpine Access website.

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