Skip to comments.T-Mobile creating 400 new jobs in N. Charleston with new facility (South Carolina)
Posted on 06/28/2017 8:34:05 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
NORTH CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - A new T-Mobile facility in North Charleston is expected to create 400 new jobs.
According to officials, the company is moving its existing customer care center on Daniel Island to a new and larger $16.7 million center in North Charleston.
The new facility is expected to be operational during the first quarter of next year and will allow the company to create 400 additional new jobs.
Hiring for the new positions is projected to begin in November 2017, and interested applicants should visit the companys careers page for more information.
"T-Mobile expects to move 800 employees, who currently work at its Daniel Island location as customer service representatives, managers, supervisors and staff, to its new location in North Charleston, S.C.," according to the South Carolina Department of Commerce.
We are happy to see T-Mobiles commitment in the City of North Charleston," said North Charleston Mayor Keith Summey. "Not only will the company be creating jobs in our region, but T-Mobile will be repurposing a former big box, a creative and adaptive reuse of a formerly-dated structure in North Charleston. They will be a great corporate partner whose investment entails a wide-range of benefits to our community.
New jobs here, new jobs there, new jobs everywhere. All of them are just disguised attacks on Barack Obama because he’s black! Republicans are deplorable!
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Ah but under the Obama years several call centers closed. They aren’t coming back to T Mobile.
Don’t come here. Our mosquitoes are four stories tall and there’s a Confederate flag hanging from every front porch.
Hey , he’s not kidding about the mosquitoes, I saw a couple with navigation lights
A former big box...? A closed Wal Mart??
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