Stream hiring hundreds for Chilliwack service centre

Stream is actively seeking more applicants to fill the remaining 100-plus positions immediately.

Stream Global Services in Chilliwack announced it has now hired nearly 200 people since early August as part of an aggressive recruiting drive to fill 300 positions at its Chilliwack service center.

Stream, a global business process outsourcing provider and one of Chilliwack’s largest employers, is actively seeking more applicants to fill the remaining 100-plus positions immediately.

These positions are full-time roles with competitive pay and benefits, says a company press release.

Since establishing operations in Chilliwack in 2001, Stream provides multilingual customer and technical support as well as revenue generation services for a variety of high profile clients.

“Stream has a long tradition of being a top employer in Chilliwack. We are an employer of choice for people who want to start, and grow, their careers with a global company that maintains close ties to Chilliwack, Abbotsford and other surrounding communities in the Fraser Valley,” said Mike Robinson, site director for Stream in Chilliwack.

“We’ve worked hard to establish a company culture where people can get the training, development and growth opportunities that can result in exciting, long-term careers. The current recruiting drive, combined with our latest round of promotions, is a reminder that Stream is a place that offers great opportunities to the people of this area.”

Stream is hosting a two-day employee appreciation celebration October 2-3 at the Stream facility on Evans Road in Chilliwack. On Tuesday, the company will host a day-long barbecue with a number of prizes from coffee tokens to Xbox 360 game systems to big screen TVs. In addition, local radio station The Hawk will broadcast live from Stream’s Chilliwack facility to help promote the current recruiting drive. On Wednesday, the company will celebrate with an all-employee pancake breakfast.

“The employee appreciation events we’re planning are just another example of the vibrant and fun work environment that we’ve created here,” added Robinson. “Stream has a long tradition of being a great employer in Fraser Valley and we encourage people to stop by or contact us to find out more about the full-time opportunities we’re working to fill very quickly.”

Learn more about the positions in Chilliwack and apply online at http://careers.stream.com or www.facebook.com/streamglobalservices.

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