Comcast is looking to hire ... soon

Published On: Nov 26 2012 04:30:23 PM EST

Anyone looking for a job might want to consider the help wanted signs being posted by the Comcast Corporation. 

The media, entertainment and communication company is filling more than 100 positions in the metro Detroit area.

Comcast is looking to hire soon, the company said the positions must be filled in the first quarter of 2013.

The open positions include the following:

Ann Arbor - Customer Account Executives, Tech Support
Technical Support Specialist (TSS) is responsible for technically assisting customers with video, internet and phone services and improving customer satisfaction
Has a strong understanding of internet, intranet and computer operating systems

Plymouth - Customer Account Executives, Sales
The Customer Account Executive (CAE) in Sales is an ambassador for Comcast, assisting existing customers with a variety of inquiries and issues
Recognizes, conveys, promotes and sells products and service value. Remains up-to-date on products and services to ensure customer satisfaction

Sterling Heights - Customer Account Executives, Customer Service
The Customer Account Executive (CAE) for Customer Service provides support to those experiencing billing, equipment or service issues
Is responsible for improving customer satisfaction in a professional and courteous manner along with promoting additional products and services

The company said a high school diploma is required and call center experience is preferred.

Comcast Cable provides video, high-speed Internet and phone services to residential and business customers.

Job seekers must apply for a position online through the "Careers" section at or click here.


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