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Time Warner Cable to have recruiting event Tuesday


Time Warner Cable is holding a recruiting event tomorrow.

Time Warner Cable said its representatives will interview qualified candidates for sales positions from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Tuesday at Goodwill Easter Seals, 660 S. Main St, Dayton.

The event is in partnership with Veterans Employment Services and Veterans and Employers Connection, led by Goodwill Easter Seals Miami Valley, the company said Monday.

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“Direct sales representatives will be responsible for door-to-door cable, internet, phone and security/home management sales to new customers,” Time Warner said in an announcement. “Representatives must be willing to travel and interact with customers on a face-to-face basis.”

Average sales representatives make $45,000 to $60,000 with top performers earning $80,000, the company said.

Benefits include full healthcare, a pension plan, a matched 401K, tuition assistance, a $200 monthly gas stipend, three weeks paid vacation and more.

Applicants must apply at jobs.timewarnercable.com/ and complete an online assessment using Req# 179494BR, the company said.

Job applicants should bring copies of their resume and dress in business appropriate attire, the company also said.


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