AT&T hiring 230 in South Florida

 

As part of its ongoing investment in South Florida, AT&T hired more than 570 employees locally so far this year and is looking to fill more than 230 current openings from Key West to Vero Beach, the company said. The current South Florida openings include more than 110 positions at the company’s Miami call center, nearly 100 retail openings throughout seven counties, and 20 wire technician positions.

Much of AT&T’s South Florida hiring has been spurred by the company’s Project Velocity IP, an investment plan to expand and enhance AT&T’s wireless and wireline IP broadband networks to support the growing demand for high-speed Internet access, advanced TV services and new mobile cloud services, the company said in a news release in a news release.

Statewide, AT&T hired more than 1,200 in the first six months of this year and is currently hiring for nearly 450 positions. AT&T currently employs more than 15,000 in Florida. More information on AT&T’s current Florida jobs openings can be found at connect.att.jobs/florida. Military veterans can learn more about careers at AT&T at att.jobs/doing-great-things/military.

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