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Bilingual CSR needed in CA and TX

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Bilingual CSR needed in CA and TX

Post by momopi » October 12th, 2012, 5:18 am

We have openings at work for bilingual CSR (Customer Service Rep) staff. Experience in software company and OSHA regulations preferred, college degree not required. You must be fluent in both English and the foreign language required. By fluent I mean speak, read, write, and computer input. We're expanding our European and Asian operations.

At our Orange County (California) office we need bilingual CSR fluent in Dutch, Finnish, Norwegian, Mandarin Chinese, and Swedish.
At our Houston TX office we need bilingual CSR fluent in French.

You will be expected to work with application developers on language localizations, as well as CSR roles. PM me with your resume if you qualify or wish to refer someone.


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