AT&T Hiring For Nearly 90 Jobs

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AT&T (NYSE: T) has announced it is looking to fill nearly 90 jobs in Indiana. The openings include both retail and call center positions.

The company says those interested in applying for retail sales consultant positions can attend open house/hiring events at AT&T retail at two locations in Muncie and Indianapolis. Walk-ins are welcome and interested candidates are asked to apply online to help speed up the interview process and bring at least three printed copies of their resumes.

The open house events will be held:

  • Muncie - Thursday, January 14 from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at 1414 W. McGalliard Road
  • Indianapolis - Tuesday, January 19 from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at 8812 U.S. 31 South

"More and more people in Indiana are turning to AT&T, and we want them to have the best experience," said Bill Soards, president of AT&T Indiana. "We’re investing in new technologies and people as part of that commitment. We’re glad to welcome nearly 90 workers to the AT&T family."

AT&T says it hired nearly 500 people from Indiana for call center, retail, technician and other positions in 2015.

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