Sorenson Communications Jobs in Scottsdale
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Description Imagine life without the telephone. Millions of people in the United States have trouble hearing on the phone due to hearing loss. This is a real, everyday barrier. Thanks to CaptionCall, people who are hard-of hearing are able to read what a caller is saying when they are on the phone. We need Communications Assistants to help provide this important service. We are looking for bright,...
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