Call centers in W.Va. to add, fill 325 jobs
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- TRG Customer Solutions will add 130 jobs and fill 195 vacant positions in West Virginia, Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin announced Monday.
The openings will include 100 at the company's Beckley call center, 125 in Charleston and 100 in Elkins, according to a news release from Tomblin's office.
"We're proud to see the continued success of TRG Customer Solutions," Tomblin said in the written statement. "TRG ranks among the largest employers in West Virginia. The company's ongoing growth demonstrates a strong endorsement of the quality of our workforce. The addition of 325 new employees reflects a commitment to building its business operations in the state."
To apply for work, job seekers may contact local Workforce West Virginia offices, employment recruiters, go online to www.trgcs.com/joinus.html or visit a TRG office.
Based in Jacksonville, Fla., TRG is a company that outsources customer management and technologies, according to Tomblin's office.
TRG has about 5,000 employees worldwide, according to the company's website.
Calls to TRG were not immediately returned Monday.