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Stream hosting job fair

Stream Global Services has launched an aggressive hiring campaign with an aim to fill approximately 300 positions at its Chilliwack center beginning immediately.

The open positions include full-time and seasonal roles that will support several of Stream’s high-profile clients, including companies in wireless communications, personal computing (hardware and software), and business computing.

The company will host an open house and career fair Wednesday, Sept. 5, and Thursday, Sept. 6, from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Recruiters will be on-hand to meet with applicants and conduct screenings and interviews. The career fair will be held at Stream’s Chilliwack service center, which is located at 7955 Evans Road.

Stream is filling positions in Chilliwack to support a new brand client along with support for longstanding clients that have been served through Chilliwack.

Mike Robinson, site director for Stream, recently returned to the company’s Chilliwack service center and he is excited to rejoin the team at a time when many clients see the availability at Chilliwack as an opportunity to expand.

"We are extremely excited to be broadening this client program and bringing more career opportunities to the Chilliwack community,” said Robinson, "This expansion in business is a testament to the exceptional talent we have available at Stream, worldwide and specifically in Chilliwack."

In addition to the open houses and job fair, people can visit http://careers.stream.com or www.facebook.com/streamglobalservices to find out more about the positions.

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