A telecommunications and mass media company is looking for 350 job candidates in sales and management positions in South Carolina.
Governor Henry McMaster announced a partnership with Spectrum to bring more job opportunities throughout the year.
The recruitment process will be held at the company’s West Columbia call center.
Gov. McMaster said: “Spectrum continues to demonstrate what more and more companies across the country are discovering every day: South Carolina is the right place to grow business.”
“Spectrum’s continued ability to expand across our state shows that we are providing the business environment, infrastructure, and skilled workforce that businesses need.”
Inbound sales representatives have to manage calls from prospective and existing customers who are concerned with Spectrum’s services.
Positions are full-time and offer a variety of shifts, along with highly competitive base pay, profitable commissions and incentive opportunities.
Spectrum provides healthcare benefits, medical, dental, ophthalmic care, retirement plans and educational support.
Employees can enjoy discounted rates on Spectrum internet, television and mobile services.
Spectrum’s present workforce includes over 1,000 employees on the West Columbia campus, situated near Interstate 26 and the University of South Carolina.
The company says it will invest more than $2 million for technology and workplace between 2021 and 2023 to continue improving the campus.
Spectrum, headquartered in Stamford, Connecticut, U.S is one of the fastest-growing TV, Internet, Voice and Mobile providers in the US.