Customer Service in Healthcare $10.50-$13.20/hour

Company Name:
Manpower Group
Rapidly expanding Jessup Company seeking Inbound Customer Service Representatives. Training in this beautiful, new, spacious and airy building begins mid-May - late June . Starting pay rate for these long-term opportunities is $10.50/hr. Upon completion of training, the pay rate increases to $12.00 /hr. - $13.20/ hr., for shifts starting after 12:00. Hours of training are 8:00 - 5:00. If you meet the requirements listed below, apply directly online at the link below this ad. As a Customer Service Agent you will be assisting healthcare subscribers with their yearly enrollment and answering other health insurance related questions. This opportunity requires intelligence, compassion and the ability to communicate well. You will be taking inbound calls and occasionally researching information and returning a call. NO SALES! There will be an opportunity for some mandatory overtime and occasional weekend work during peak season. Training is 4 - 6 weeks. Upon completion of training you will be assigned an (8) hour shift starting as early as 8:00 am or one ending as late as 11:00 pm. Alternative shift may be chosen after seniority is established. The ideal candidate will have prior Customer Service experience by phone or in person. Background check, drug screen, professional references and educational verification required. Great opportunity for career advancement!. To apply, click on this link: - Or, copy the link into your browser and follow the instructions.
Title: Customer Service in Healthcare $10.50-$13.20/hour
Job ID: USA_145637
Location: USA-Pennsylvania-Scranton
Type: Contract
Postal Code: 18503
Industry: Call Centre and Customer Service

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