200 sales/customer service jobs coming to Albany

The Albany-Dougherty Economic Development Commission is excited to share that Teleperformance, the worldwide leading provider of outsourced contact center services managing customer care and technical support programs, has begun accepting applications to fill 200 sales and customer service representative positions at its Albany facility.

Training classes have started and will continue through the end of August 2012. All interested applicants are encouraged to apply at

"We're thrilled that Teleperformance will create 200 new jobs as it takes advantage of Albany-Dougherty County's available work force and its telecommunications infrastructure, which makes it an ideal location for sales and customer service operations," said Ted Clem, CEcD, President of the Albany-Dougherty Economic Development Commission.

The EDC worked with Teleperformance in obtaining training and assistance with partners including Albany Technical College, Georgia Quick Start and the Georgia Department of Labor.