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Frontier to add 20 jobs, plans job fair

Rochester Business Journal
May 28, 2014

Frontier Communications Corp. plans to add 20 full-time employees in Rochester.

The full-time positions, based in the special accounts and customer service divisions, are two-year, temporary slots with the potential to become permanent, officials said.

Frontier plans a career fair from 3 to 8 p.m.  June 2 at 3441 West Henrietta Road. The firm is currently accepting applications.

Candidates should be available to work evenings. Computer skills and analysis capabilities are preferred.

Interested applicants should apply online before the job fair at www.frontier.com/careers. Search jobs with reference numbers 311239-798 and 311240-798.

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