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Dialog Direct Hiring 150 People in Holland/Grand Rapids

Healthcare Openings for Licensed and Non-Licensed Sales & Service Representatives

HOLLAND, Mich., July 7, 2015 – Dialog Direct, a Michigan- based customer engagement and marketing solutions company, has announced plans to hire 150 new employees to support the company’s growth in the health insurance market in the Holland and Grand Rapids area.

The company has immediate openings for Licensed and Non-Licensed Health insurance. New hires will participate in a 4-5 week paid training period, beginning in late August with additional training classes running until the beginning of October.

Dialog Direct will also be paying for all costs to get hired agents licensed in Health and Life insurance.  Costs covered include: licensing course, state exam, and state license.

“We have a great opportunity for job seekers in our area. As we ramp up for our peak season, we are looking for individuals who have drive and motivation,” said Dialog Direct Holland Site Director. Kenneth Fausel. “We have really embraced a diversified culture that appreciates what each individual can bring to the table. We promote a fun work environment where we try to make sure everyone feels comfortable and valued. Job seekers who are responsible, punctual, and up for a challenge are encouraged to become part of our successful team. The organization has been growing over the last year or so with plans to continue. That means room for career advancement for those that push themselves above and beyond the minimum expectations.”

The salary ranges for the job openings vary based on the position, which may include bonus opportunities in addition to base salaries.

Dialog Direct is continuing its ongoing dedication of supplying jobs to Michigan residents.  The company currently employs more than 5,700 employees at 15 US-based locations.

To learn more and apply online, visit http://bit.ly/Holland-job-fair

Job Hotline:     800-523-5867 press 3 for employment opportunities, 1 for Michigan and 4 for Holland.

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