Charter Communications today announced its Spectrum Fit Finder, billed as an innovative new digital tool to help match job applicants with available career opportunities at the company, which operates under the Spectrum brand across 41 states.
Per the company, "Spectrum Fit Finder caters to career changers and job seekers new to the workforce by matching them with local opportunities, including positions in retail sales, customer service and technical operations, that may be a good fit based on their skills, preferences and overall career objectives."
“Our employees play a vital role in connecting our customers to their Spectrum broadband services,” said Seth Feit, Group Vice President of Talent for Charter.
He added, “While we are always on the lookout for talented people, it can be challenging for someone new to our company to choose from the variety of opportunities available to them. Spectrum Fit Finder makes this process easier by pairing applicants with potential positions – including jobs they may not have considered – to help them find roles that are a good match so they will thrive in their new career."
How Spectrum Fit Finder works
Visitors browsing job openings at Charter’s newly designed Spectrum Careers website can click on the link for Fit Finder under the “Resources” tab. There, applicants are invited to fill out a 10-minute recruitment survey about their skills and interests. Once completed, the tool provides each candidate with a personalized list of open employment opportunities based on the results of their survey.
Fit Finder, an optional tool for job seekers, is one of many updated features on the Spectrum Careers website. Visitors to the site can track their job application status, browse content showcasing the impact of Spectrum’s services, find tips on resume building and interviewing, and watch videos featuring current Spectrum employees.
Charter is currently hiring for more than 3,000 positions across its service area in roles ranging from outside sales and customer service representatives to field technicians and Spectrum store associates. These roles feature comprehensive health benefits, including medical, life and disability, education and training, and a market-leading retirement plan.
The company offers an $18/hour starting wage and has committed to raising its minimum starting wage to $20/hour for all employees in 2022. More information is available at jobs.spectrum.com.