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SRP hiring residential customer service personnel in the Valley

Jan 27, 2021, 4:35 AM | Updated: 7:12 am

(Facebook Photo/Salt River Project)...

(Facebook Photo/Salt River Project)

(Facebook Photo/Salt River Project)

PHOENIX — Salt River Project is looking to add employees to its call centers in Tempe and Queen Creek.

The Phoenix-based public power and water company is looking to hire both English and bilingual employees at its centers immediately, according to a company press release on Tuesday.

Salt River Project employs up to 300 people at its call centers in the Valley and is the nation’s third-largest public power and water company in the nation.

The openings pay $19.51 per hour with full benefits, and select employees receiving paid comprehensive training, according to the release.

Applications for the positions are open to the public on Feb. 1. A virtual training session that will take place on March 22.

The utility company said in the release that all employees must be legally authorized to work in the United States, as SRP does not sponsor H1B visas.

The jobs are on a work-from-home basis during the duration of the pandemic, according to the release.

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SRP hiring residential customer service personnel in the Valley