STARTEK CEO, Chad Carlson listens to remarks by Gov. Nikki Haley during the October, 2014 ribbon cutting for the new customer support facility located at Carolina Forest Town Center. The STARTEK call center at 310 Hinson Drive in Myrtle Beach is looking to hire 300 full-time representatives by the end of the year. Prospective employees are encouraged to apply in person or online.
STARTEK CEO, Chad Carlson listens to remarks by Gov. Nikki Haley during the October, 2014 ribbon cutting for the new customer support facility located at Carolina Forest Town Center. The STARTEK call center at 310 Hinson Drive in Myrtle Beach is looking to hire 300 full-time representatives by the end of the year. Prospective employees are encouraged to apply in person or online. James J. Lee jlee@thesunnews.com
STARTEK CEO, Chad Carlson listens to remarks by Gov. Nikki Haley during the October, 2014 ribbon cutting for the new customer support facility located at Carolina Forest Town Center. The STARTEK call center at 310 Hinson Drive in Myrtle Beach is looking to hire 300 full-time representatives by the end of the year. Prospective employees are encouraged to apply in person or online. James J. Lee jlee@thesunnews.com

Looking for work? Myrtle Beach center seeks 300 full-time employees

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