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Comcast adding 40 jobs at Fife call center; 180 in Washington

Post by John Gillie / The News Tribune on Sep. 25, 2012 at 2:34 pm |
September 25, 2012 2:35 pm

Cable, phone and Internet provider Comcast says it plans to add 40 new jobs to its call center in Fife and 140 more in call centers in Lynnwood and Everett.

The new hiring is part of Comcast’s effort to create specialized call centers covering customer needs in the western half of country. Comcast already employes 650 workers in Fife and 1,300 call center workers in Washington.

“When all the positions are filled in the coming months, Comcast’s Fife call center customer service representatives will handle calls from Comcast customers throughout the West who want to order new services, while the call centers in Lynnwood and Everett will take calls from customers who need help with Comcast products and services, including cable television, high-speed Internet and phone service,” said the company in a press release.

All new positions will be posted on the company’s web site,

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