Videotron Is Hiring Call Centre Agents At $17.71/Hr & You Only Need A High School Diploma

100% remote work — plus benefits!
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Videotron Is Hiring Call Centre Agents At $17.71/Hr & You Only Need A High School Diploma

If you're looking for a job where you can work from home — and, let's face it, that's pretty much everyone right now — then check out this opportunity: Videotron in Quebec is hiring remote call centre agents, including in Montreal and Longueuil.

Not only is the whole process virtual — from the interview to the training to the work itself — you also don't need more than a high school or vocational diploma (or equivalent) to apply for the position, which is full-time and permanent. Hello, benefits!

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$17.71 / Hour Salary for Videotron call centre agents

The salary for the job is $17.71 per hour plus evening and weekend bonuses, so it's definitely a step up from minimum wage. 

Training is also completely paid.

The benefits include medical and dental insurance, a pension plan, employee discounts, and more. 

Videotron will also provide you with the computer equipment you need to do the job. 

The job listing doesn't reveal too much about what you'll be doing day-to-day, but the job description says "Technical support consultant" so you probably get the idea.

You should be available to work 37.5 hours a week if you apply — including weekdays, evenings and weekends.

Technical Support Consultant / Call Centre Agent 

Salary: $17.71 per hour

Company: Videotron

Who Should Apply: Someone a little tech-savvy who's based in Longueuil, Quebec City, Joliette or Montreal and who's looking for remote work. 

Apply Here

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