Company to bring call center, 400 jobs to downtown Wichita

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WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) -

A company will bring a call center and 400 jobs to downtown Wichita.  

Faneuil will house its Wichita operation in Union Station, Mayor Jeff Longwell announced today. On its website, Faneuil said it provides "business process outsourcing solutions" and has more than 5,500 employees worldwide.  

Faneuil has job postings for training/quality specialists and customer service representatives in Wichita. A job fair will be held Tuesday, July 25 from 12:00 to 5:00 p.m. at the Workforce Center at 2021 North Amidon.

Follow these steps to register for the hiring event:

  1. Apply for the job on-line through http://faneuil.com/careers/
  2. Register with Kansas Works.com - http://www.kansasworks.com/
  3. Reserve an interview time at FullSlate.com - https://faneuil14.fullslate.com/

The company said hiring for more positions would be done in August. 

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