Teleworks USA, KellyConnect Set to Hold Job Fairs
May 8 & 9 in Hazard and Annville
Jobseekers across the region will be able to interview for several work-from-home positions that could earn up to $17 per hour with national customer service company KellyConnect at two upcoming job fairs.
Teleworks USA and KellyConnect are partnering to put on the job fairs, the first of which will be held Monday, May 8, at the Teleworks USA Annville Teleworks Hub, located at 169 Carpenter Drive in Annville. The second event will take place the following day, May 9, at the Teleworks USA Hazard Teleworks Hub, located at 412 Roy Campbell Drive in Hazard. Both events will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on their respective dates.
KellyConnect is seeking to hire Inbound Technical Support Representatives and will have company representatives on hand to interview candidates in person for work-from-home positions that can be performed via a computer and broadband connection.
Benefits for available positions include:
- Paid training at $12-$14 per hour
- Eligible for $500 training completion bonus after 90 days
- Pay raise to $13-$15 per hour after 90 days
- Advisor earning potential of $15-$17 per hour
- Explosive growth opportunities
Pre-registration is required, and candidates must have completed all applications and assessments for KellyConnect prior to the job fair. Candidates should be 18 years or older with a high school diploma or GED, must provide phone and internet service and a quiet work-at-home environment, and have experience with mobile devices.
To pre-register and find information on how to apply, contact your nearest Teleworks USA hub at one of the following locations:
Annville: Katelyn Dunn, 606-364-2831
Beattyville: Tracie Spencer, 606-216-6811
Booneville: Carla Gabbard, 606-438-5399
Harlan: April Leisge, 606-216-6883
Hazard: Theresa Noble, 606-438-9931
Hyden: Betty Hays, 606-438-9943
Pikeville: Billy Carrico, 606-438-5535
Additionally, if you’re unable to attend either of the KellyConnect job fairs and would like information on those or other teleworking opportunities, contact a Teleworks USA hub today at one of the above numbers.
EKCEP, a nonprofit workforce development agency headquartered in Hazard, Ky., serves the citizens of 23 Appalachian coalfield counties. The agency provides an array of workforce development services, administers the Hiring Our Miners Everyday (H.O.M.E.) program for dislocated coal miners and their spouses, and is the White House-designated lead organization for the federal TechHire designation for Eastern Kentucky.