CX Solutions is Coming to Sault Ste. Marie with Over 20 New Positions

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Sault College Employment Solutions is working with CX Solutions to assist them with HR and hiring needs. CX Solutions is expanding its operations and will be opening a Technology Centre of Excellence in Sault Ste. Marie later this year. This will create over 20 new jobs locally with positions for Customer Experience Specialist, Junior Project Coordinator and Help Desk Support Specialist.

If you are interested in applying to any of the positions available with CX Solutions, applications are still being accepted through Wednesday, May 1. You can find the full job descriptions at Employment Solutions or online at www.employment-solutions.ca. CX Solutions has begun the recruitment process this week with the help of Employment Solutions. The second round of hiring will take place by early May.

Frank Muzzi is the Managing Partner of Technology with CX Solutions and originates from Sault Ste. Marie. He explains that, “our model differs, with operations involving a blend of call centre activities and project activities. We are committed to Sault Ste. Marie, where employees will have many opportunities for growth within our organization.”

CX Solutions is a management and information technology consulting company with a focus on Contact Centre Services and Supporting Applications. Founded in 2010, with the primary service to help customers successfully design, implement, and support their move to the cloud with Software + Services offerings. CX Solutions has headquarters in Toronto, Ontario, with Sault Ste. Marie (SSM) to become the Centre of Excellence in delivering support services to clients globally.

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  1. Gotta love how people go after the Liberals when a job appears that isn’t related to steel. From what I have read…and sometimes it helps to read up on things-this is not a new company which is expanding into the North. At least it is full time jobs…try to be positive sometimes.

  2. Ooh-ooh-ooh…more call centre jobs. How many private sector-funded tax dollars did Trudeau and/or FEDNOR dump into this venture? Pull Canadian tax dollars from this town, and the whole thing will just disappear…

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