Disaster relief brings new jobs to Western New York

Posted at 3:07 PM, Sep 11, 2018

The U.S. Small Business Administration's Disaster Assistance Customer Service Center (CSC) here in Buffalo is looking to bolster its ranks ahead of Hurricane Florence.

The monster storm is expected to cause widespread devastation and flooding along parts of the East Coast. 

In response, the CSC is increasing its staffing to help respond to predicted surge in disaster loan applications from homeowners, renters and businesses. 

Job applicants must have experience responding to customer questions and know how to use Windows-based software.  Prior call center experience and bilingual language skills are an added bonus.

The positions are temporary with a starting pay of $16.25 per hour. 

To submit a resumeclick here, or email it to CSCHumanResources@sba.gov or fax to 716-843-4290.



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