Career opportunities - employment information

Our Application Process –

  • Please read the Employee Interest Form completely.  This job may not be for you.  Consider whether or not you truly have the qualities we are looking for.

  • If you do have the qualities we are looking for, fill out application.  Resumes are welcome but please fill out application too.  Please keep this page & the Employee Interest Form for reference. We only need the application page.  

  • Call and record test script – This is like an audition.  Practice. Give it your best presentation skills.  Voice projection, enunciation, and clear pronunciation are very important. 

  • If your script reading is good, we will get in touch with you.  If you haven’t heard from us within 5 days, go ahead and call to find out your status. 

  • If you do well on your call in script, we will also test your aptitude here in our office using computerized tests.

  • If you do well on the aptitude and typing skills test, we will schedule an interview and “sit in” (watching an operator work) so you have a good idea of the type of work involved.

  • If you are hired, you will be scheduled for training sessions.  Initial training takes place during the day regardless of which shift you are hired for. Training is not a specific length of time but rather determined by your progress.

  • Other information –

  • Sit In: If we are interested in considering you for our company, we will require that you come in and listen and watch an operator receptionist for about an hour during a busy time of day (7:30-9am, noon-1:30pm, 4:30-6pm).  You will be required to sign a confidentiality agreement for this sit in session.

  • Training is paid at $8.50/hr – Full wages will be paid once you are able to work on your own without assistance.  Depending on your skill and shift, starting wages are $9.50 - $11.00/hr.  

  • New hires are on probation for 120 days.  During that time we can decide you are not working out and release you or you can decide that you don’t want to stay and leave, without the usual 2 weeks notice.