Do you enjoy helping customers resolve issues in an efficient manner, troubleshooting technical problems, and providing other types of support in a variety of ways? Stefanini may be the place for you to grow your career.
Stefanini announced today that the company is going to promote a career open house event in Southfield to hire over 30 IT service desk technicians by Jan. 6. The event takes place next Wednesday, Dec. 11, from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. at 27100 W. Eleven Mile Rd., Southfield, MI 48034.
Stefanini is a global IT services provider with over 25,000 employees. The company is looking for exceptionally talented professionals who enjoy helping customers resolve their technical issues and provide support for computer systems, software and hardware issues.
“If you have strong customer service and IT skills, we encourage you to join us for our hiring event or submit your application online,” said Sandra Bertoldi, senior talent acquisition manager at Stefanini North America.
Interviews will be conducted during the event for qualified candidates who are able to provide exceptional customer service, have knowledge of web-based applications and personal computers (PC and Mac), have experience providing professional end-user support and maintenance actions, and are looking for a great opportunity to advance their technical careers. Relevant experience with help desk support, troubleshooting, etc., can be a distinguishing skill. The salary starts at $13 per hour. This is a great opportunity for recent IT college graduates as well.
The company offers an open floor, relaxing and fun breakroom atmosphere; free online learning courses; opportunities to promote internally; qualified tuition reimbursement; casual work attire; health/dental/vision/life plan; 401K; paid vacation and sick leave; flex spending for health, dependent care, transportation, and more.
Dec. 11, Wednesday
2 p.m. to 7 p.m.
27100 W. Eleven Mile Rd., Southfield, MI 48034
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