Sitel to Hire More Than 250 Full-Time Positions Dedicated to Toys”R”Us® and Babies”R”Us® This Holiday Season

MIAMI, FL – 10-10-2017 (Press Release Jet) — Jobs Available at Leading Global Customer Experience Management Provider’s Caribou, ME and Corning, NY Customer Experience Centers

Miami, Florida — October 10, 2017 — Sitel, a leading global customer experience management provider, today announced that it will hire over 250 seasonal associates to support Toys“R”Us, Inc., a company dedicated to helping kids grow and play through every stage of development. Starting today, the Caribou, ME contact center, located at 67 Sweden Street, and the Corning, NY contact center, located at 101 Canada Road, will host on-site interviews to fill the new positions for job seekers. Interested applicants hoping to serve as a holiday hero can visit both sites for open interviews Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM ET, now until Wednesday, November 1.

“At Toys“R”Us and Babies“R”Us, we want our customers to have an outstanding experience with us at every step along their shopping journey, and the team at Sitel plays a significant part in this overall experience,” said Bernard Kelly, head of Customer Service at Toys“R”Us, Inc. “This is a great opportunity to join the Sitel team and serve as one of Santa’s elves as we deliver on our commitment to be true champions of play and a parent’s best friend this holiday season and beyond.”

Entry-level positions start at $10.00/hour and seasonal talent have an opportunity to become permanent after the holiday. The company also offers paid training, benefits after one year and promotes from within – offering multiple career paths and a chance for new hires to continuously work their way toward new opportunities. Those who wish to apply for one of the new positions can also do so online via the company’s careers page at

“We are thrilled to offer more than 100 seasonal jobs in the Caribou, ME community to help support our client Toys“R”Us, Inc. during a critical time for the business – the holiday shopping season,” said Jonathan Stewart, Site Director at Sitel (Caribou, ME). “By offering seasonal jobs, not only do we provide additional customer service support to the leading toy and baby product retailer, but we also help build a stronger local economy and make Caribou a premier place to live, work and play.”

The company also offers a Sitel Shuttle to its associates for transportation, providing door-to-door pickups in Van Buren, Limestone, Caribou, Fort Fairfield, Washburn and Presque Isle. 

“Sitel Corning is excited to offer more than 100 seasonal positions for the holidays,” said Daniel Miles, Site Director at Sitel (Corning, NY). “This seasonal customer service support will help us continue to provide excellent service to our clients, especially Toys“R”Us and Babies“R”Us, and we welcome all interested candidates to apply for this great opportunity to help bring joy to children and shoppers this holiday season.”

If a candidate is located more than 50 miles from a physical location, Sitel Work @ Home Solutions™ employs over 3,800 associates using a virtual platform. More information can be found on the company website.


About Sitel

Sitel collaborates with some of the best-known global brands to harness the industry’s transformation and help consistently deliver outstanding customer experiences. Sitel is one of the world’s leading outsourcing providers of customer experience management. With over 30 years of industry-leading experience, Sitel’s 75,100 passionate and talented associates support more than 400 clients in 48 languages from 146 facilities strategically located in 22 countries. For more information, visit

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