Atelka seeks 200 new employees

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Atelka is adding 200 employees for its Charlottetown division.

For the second time in a year, the Charlottetown labour market is getting a boost as Atelka is seeking 200 new employees for its Charlottetown division.

Last October, Atelka launched the “Joptopia” campaign, where they were looking for a large increase of employees due to acquiring a new major client; one of Canada’s largest wireless communication companies.

With expanded responsibilities for this communication company, Atelka is once again marketing that “Jobtopia Is On” as they are immediately looking to add 200 new positions for their Charlottetown location.

“It’s exciting to bring these 200 new job opportunities to our community,” says Carissa Stewart, director, corporate projects at Atelka.

“The strong level of potential candidates, and tremendous customer satisfaction from our current team, made Charlottetown the ideal location for this expansion.”

Founded in 2003, Atelka offers a full range of customer services, including customer support, telemarketing, technical support and backoffice services. The firm launched the Charlottetown division of Atelka in 2010.

As part of the new Jobtopia recruitment initiatives, Atelka is having an open house job fair on Wednesday, Sept. 10 from 1-3 p.m. Along with refreshments and giveaways, the open house allows guests an opportunity to talk with current staff and get a sense of the environment. Atelka will also be conducting interviews on the spot for those who attend.

Organizations: Charlottetown division

Geographic location: Charlottetown, Canada

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  • Aongasha
    September 09, 2014 - 08:27

    People with ambition will take the jobs as a means of trying to get ahead and improving their lives. Others (like Min Wage) will sit on their arses, collect pogey and complain. 'Twas ever the Island way.

  • Great news
    September 09, 2014 - 07:57

    This is indeed great news! Regardless of what the wages are, employees will enjoy working for a great company (ask any of the current employees) and gain valuable work experience at the same time.

  • Min Wage
    September 08, 2014 - 08:46

    Great, just what this province needs. 200 more minimum wage jobs.

    • BILL
      September 08, 2014 - 14:05

      Min wage is better then no wage isnt it??? funny how people like YOU complain about companys trying to help out ..