AT&T has 95 positions open in Bothell call center

AT&T announced more than 165 available positions in Washington State, with many in Bothell.

AT&T announced more than 165 available positions in Washington State, with many in Bothell.

A total of 85 customer service jobs will be filled for the Bothell call center, with another 70 retail positions at it’s 42 stores in the state.

Benefits for AT&T employees include medical, dental and vision insurance, 22-paid days off a year, discounts on AT&T products and services, tuition reimbursement, pre-tax flex spending accounts, life insurance and a 401K that is company matched.

The average pay for sales consultants is approximately $47,175 per year, in the first year. The information for customer service was not available.

AT&T will be hosting a hiring fair from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 11, at their call center located at 3755 Monte Villa Pkwy in Bothell.

Attendees can learn more about positions along with meet and greet with AT&T staff and hiring managers.

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