CenturyLink to Establish Outbound Sales Center in Northeastern Louisiana

CenturyLink has announced it will open an outbound sales center in Monroe, Louisiana, and hire up to 150 employees to work there.

The company said Thursday the new center will offer updated technology products and services to small business customers.

Vernon Irvin, president of CenturyLink’s government, education, medium-and small-business groups, said the company established the outbound sales center in a push to inform customers about the company’s offerings.

The company is scheduled to conduct a job fair on Feb. 12 at the Hilton Garden Inn in West Monroe and expects to commence new employee training by March.

Potential applicants can view available positions on the company’s career portal.

CenturyLink currently employs around 2,150 individuals at Monroe.

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