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Customer Service/ Call Center/ Fundraising

Job Description

Take Part in Giving Back!


We are looking for people who are ready to leave behind the daily grind, and find fulfillment in their career.


We are searching for people who are committed to helping Christian causes and Non Profit programs. Our work centers around assisting a variety of ministries and charities and their needs


Our Christian and nonprofit call centers works for a variety of ministries and charities. The work is rewarding and the environment is first-class.


As a member of our team you will enjoy:



  • Paid vacation

  • Weekly pay and bonus

  • Flexible schedules

  • Benefits for full and part-time

  • Fun, professional environment

  • On-site fitness center


Responsibilities:



  • Handle inbound and outbound calls

  • Offer a first-class customer experience

  • Have fun and love what you do


Requirements:



  • Listening and communication skills

  • Enthusiastic and friendly personality

  • Computer skills

  • Ability to read and follow instructions

  • 18 years of age with the ability to pass a background check


Call today for an Interview! 1-800-210-6269



Company Description
As a leading provider of call center solutions, InfoCision specializes in political, Christian and nonprofit fundraising, sales and customer care. We focus on quality assurance and regulatory compliance and pride ourselves on providing every client with the highest possible return on investment. InfoCision raises more money over the phone for nonprofits than any other tele services company in the world. Since 1982, we have provided the highest quality inbound and outbound tele services to some of the world's leading organizations.



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