Interested job applicants should visit the YPIC at 3826 W. 16th Street to learn more about Asurion’s successful work-at-home model and how to apply. For hours of operation, visit www.ypic.com. Basic job requirements include:
- Bilingual in Spanish and English (strongly preferred)
- One year of call center experience
- High School Diploma or GED
- Interest in working from home
- Own a computer, high speed internet connection and a phone line
- Have a quiet place to work in the home
“We did a lot of research before deciding the support professionals in Yuma provided us the best talent pool from which to hire,” said Bettie Colombo, spokesperson for Asurion. “We quickly found Yuma has a reputation for having not only a quality workforce, but also a history of quality customer support centers.”
YPIC and Asurion will be at the Marine Corps Air Station Yuma Air show this Saturday, March 17, to offer additional information about the Virtual Contact Center employment opportunities. For details about the event, please visit www.yumaairshow.com.
For more information about Asurion, please visit www.asurion.com.
Asurion, a privately-held company operating across three continents, is the global leader in providing consumer technology protection services. Asurion offers support to help customers derive optimum benefit from the usage of electronics; security to help ensure content privacy; and peace of mind through rapid replacement of lost, stolen, damaged or malfunctioning devices. As the premier technology protection provider, Asurion’s 5,000+ employees specialize in fulfilling the needs of more than 95 million consumers through strategic partnerships with the world’s top wireless and cable brands. For more information about Asurion, please visit www.asurion.com.
The Yuma Private Industry Council is a private non-profit organization whose purpose is to provide job seeker and employer services in the Yuma County labor market. Incorporated in 1988, YPIC serves as the Private Sector partner in the Public/Private Workforce Development Partnership with the Yuma County Board of Supervisors. With the advent of the Workforce Investment Act (WIA), the Yuma County Board of Supervisors designated YPIC as the official operator or the “one-Stop” delivery system for workforce development services in Yuma County. For more information about YPIC, visit www.ypic.com.
Greater Yuma Economic Development Corporation (GYEDC) offers a “one-stop” shop for corporate site selection data, economic/demographic research trends and quality of life information for site selectors, companies and individuals interested in locating in the Yuma region. GYEDC is a public/private partnership, governed by a sixteen member public/private board of directors. We proudly represent the 225 square miles of Yuma County; including the Cities of Yuma, San Luis, Somerton and the town of Wellton. Our private sector commitment is comprised of more than 120 business partners. For more information about GYEDC, visit www.gyedc.com.