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Coventry Health Care is now hiring a FULL- TIME TEMPORARY Customer Service Supervisor for our Medicare Part D inbound call-center in our San Antonio, TX service center. These temporary assignments may last up to 6 months. Selected candidates will be expected to work hours between 7am and 10pm (including weekends and holidays). Flexible availability is required. For these temporary positions, we of...
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