Spectrum Hiring 150 New Jobs, Virtual Events Set For August, September

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Lt. Gov. Josh Green and Spectrum executives announced on Friday 150 new inbound sales and management positions in Hawai’i. From left: Tamara Bowens, Spectrum Group Vice President of Sales, Lt. Gov. Josh Green and Chad Tanaka, Spectrum VP Inbound Sales. PC: Spectrum

Specturm announced its hiring for 150 new jobs and will be hosting virtual events to find the right candidates.

The positions the company is seeking are and some highlights include:

· New inbound sales representatives can earn more than $60,000 annually with comprehensive benefits and career-growth opportunities. Top performers earn $80,000 or more.


· Virtual hiring events are scheduled for Aug. 4 and Sept. 8 from 10 a.m. to noon HST.

· Over the next five years, Spectrum is also making a $1 million investment to renovate and update the Mililani facility with the latest technology, work stations and more.

Interested candidates can learn more about these roles and apply online at Spectrum’s Careers site. In addition, virtual hiring events are scheduled for Aug. 4 and Sept. 8 from 10 a.m. to noon HST.

“Our inbound sales team plays a vital role in attracting customers and matching our services with the customer’s needs,” said Tamara Bowens, Group Vice President of Sales at Charter Communications, Inc., which offers services under the Spectrum brand. “We know that Hawaii offers a highly skilled and motivated workforce — we already have more than 1,100 employees across the state, including more than 600 at our Mililani offices. Now we are looking for more talented professionals with a passion for sales, who are ready to build a career as we meet the growing demand for our high-value Spectrum services.”



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