A call centre that handles support for some of the world’s biggest tech companies is on the hunt for 400 customer service agents in Winnipeg.
24-7 Intouch is looking to fill its massive 55,000-square-foot Polo Park campus, left vacant by the former Target store.
“Many people don’t realize that the biggest tech brands in the world have operations here in Winnipeg,” said Jeff Fettes, founder, global president and COO at 24-7 Intouch.
“We are excited to provide dream job opportunities, working with the most innovative Silicon Valley companies and help change the future of customer service.”
The company will be looking to fill the positions over the next two weeks to represent its global technology clients.
Those interested can apply on the 24-7 Intouch website.