The Norman Transcript


July 17, 2014

Sitel adding 150 jobs to Norman facility

NORMAN — Sitel, a customer care provider, announced today that it will add 150 new positions to its inbound customer experience center in Norman.

The new round of hiring is a result of continued business growth. Sitel recently increased its compensation packages to attract customer care professionals in the Norman community.

Sitel will host an on-site job fair from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Friday at 2701 Technology Place.

Previous customer service experience and strong computer knowledge is preferred.

Prospective applicants can also apply online in the “Careers” section of Sitel’s website at:

The new associates will provide customer experiences for a large national financial services company.

This business expansion is the direct result of the Norman team’s expertise in services such as account records management and customer service.

“We have a great group of talented customer care professionals and look forward to growing our front-line, support and management team.

We’re committed to growing in the Cleveland County area and providing our valued employees with highly competitive compensation packages,” said Sitel’s Norman Site Director, Lynda Lukens.

Sitel provides a market-leading total compensation and benefits package to its employees.

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