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    Default We are looking for good English speaking c

    HS Recruitment & Consulting Services is currently looking for good English speaking candidates! If you think you have the English skills please apply, WE are waiting for YOU. We have Job opportunities for Customer Service/Technical Support positions NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED. No excuses, It doesn't get better than this!

    Call us right now!!!!!!!!!! (809)772-2045 (809)665-7395 why wait!!!!

    Job Overview:
    Company: Most stable contact centers in Santiago.
    Base Pay: 100 P.P/H & up
    Other Pay: Incentive Bonus
    Employee Type: Full-Time
    Location: Santiago, Rep. Dom.

    Only Requirement: All candidates must speak, read and writes perfect English


    Benefits:
    1- Private Medical and Dental coverage
    ...
    ...2- Excellent work environment

    3- Subsidized day-care services

    4- Free transportation for evening hours

    5- Excellent hourly rate

    Requirements:

    1- Schedule availability

    2- Good computer skills

    3- Flexibility

    4- Great attitude

    Please send us your resume via [email protected] [email protected] if you refer candidates you will qualify to receive RD$500.00 cash if the he/she successfully gets hired and completes the training.

    If you were previously contacted or interviewed by a Hugo staffing member, please let us know the date that the interview took place.

    For More info visit us on the [email protected] Hugo Staffing


    Here is some information about our company.

    HS Recruitment & Consulting Services is a professional company specializing in recruitment for the call center industry. We mainly function as a fully service recruitment and selection agency, but we also provide dynamic assistance to foreign entities that are looking for Call Center consultancy, BPO, CRM Solutions and human resources in the Dominican Republic.

    Our recruitment consultants have extensive experience in call center recruitment and know what skills are required to effectively staff a call center. Our dedication and attention to customer service is unparalleled in the industry. At HS, our goal is to provide the most efficient job placement services possible for our clients and candidates by utilizing our extensive call center knowledge, proven search technique and excellent results.

    Benefits

    With our focus on candidate quality and client satisfaction, the benefits of working with HS become obvious from the beginning of our relationship. Our candidates are treated like the professionals they are and we are constantly striving to advance the careers of everyone we come in contact.

    The services we offer are:

    Assistance with your new business registration

    HR recruitment

    Call center facility acquisition or lease, including agent and supervisor stations.


    Once that is complete will even recruit the staff at all levels

    Inbound and Outbound CRM Solutions

    Acquisitions, Customer Service, Technical Support, Market Research and Collections

    BPO

    Data Management

    Scanned Imaging, Claims Processing, Billing, Mail Room Management


    Our call center partners are the largest in Santiago, Dominican Republic and been in business for over 5 years. They are stable, certified, professional, and the perfect match for your needs

    HS Recruitment & Consulting Services has built a strong reputation in the local market for both our professional services and personal touch. We go the extra distance to find the best fit for employers and their candidates, listening, evaluating and effectively exceeding their needs.


    We are located in Santiago Dominican Republic .



    Hugo Hidalgo| Recruitment & Marketing Director |Hugo Staffing | Mobile 809-772-2045 | [email protected] Hugo Staffing

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    100 pesos = under $3.00 US?? Wow. :|

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zap28 View Post
    100 pesos = under $3.00 US?? Wow. :|
    To be exact its 2.65usd which the OP feels is an "Excellent hourly rate"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Expat13 View Post
    To be exact its 2.65usd which the OP feels is an "Excellent hourly rate"
    It is an excellent hourly rate, and that is the base pay, it could be higher than that. go to any other call center and they will pay less. they have incentive bonus, which adds up, and the place is great, nice people, good hours. If there is a better paying customer service or technical support job in santiago let us know. 3 bucks may seem like nothing to you, but it is a lot for us that live here and have to work to survive. 3 bucks an hour is better than the 2-10k that practically everyone else makes

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    It just really seems unfathomable how one is able to survive on that kind of wage... now mind you I don't live there and am learning things as I go along, realizing it's not the same as living here in Canada. I thought my pay was crappy here ~ but again, for what you have to put out each month vs. what you make, I suppose it averages out?? I mean no disrespect when I commented or continue to comment. I guess I don't know much about the average wage & cost of living throughout the DR?

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    Only Requirement: All candidates must speak, read and writes perfect English

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomas2 View Post
    Only Requirement: All candidates must speak, read and writes perfect English

    Tee Hee lol

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    I writes gud Englich. I cud use the big pay. My animal hoarding addicshun is getting espensiv.

    I have strong Boston accent which Matt Damon fans wil find chahming.

    Yu don't top up the pay with chiclets do yu?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zap28 View Post
    It just really seems unfathomable how one is able to survive on that kind of wage... now mind you I don't live there and am learning things as I go along, realizing it's not the same as living here in Canada. I thought my pay was crappy here ~ but again, for what you have to put out each month vs. what you make, I suppose it averages out?? I mean no disrespect when I commented or continue to comment. I guess I don't know much about the average wage & cost of living throughout the DR?
    Everything is different here, and yes I can survive making 4 to 5k a week. if that were a month I'd be dead. To live in a nice place more than one person has to be working and helping out with rent and bills. at la sirena they make 10k a month. at the call centers for spanish speakers the pay really sucks, it's around 60 an hour from what I've heard, so 100 is good. My ex worked in a small store and made only 4k a month, and a friend of mine works at claro and makes 6k. That's all they make, and it's a full time job. Can they survive on that? No, they live with their family, and they all have to work too.

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    I'm confused what "k" stands for... I always thought it represented 'thousand'? Unless of course you're referring to pesos? I have NO idea, lol. Now I feel really stupid. But don't know unless you ask, right?

    Hope no one comes down on me for asking what might seem obvious to others...

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