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Job Openings in Rye Area

Webster Bank in Rye is hiring a customer service rep.

Here’s a look at job openings in Rye and nearby towns and cities. Check out the Jobs tab on Rye Patch, featuring CareerBuilder, for more positions.

  • RyeWebster Bank, customer service rep, part-time (20 hours/week): “Function in various job capacities as needed (teller, platform), providing customers with exceptional service thru counter based transactions and/or basic platform requests.  Identify cross-sell opportunities and refer customers to appropriate sales team members.  Meet/exceed individual sales/service goals, and demonstrate operational excellence.”
  • Port ChesterWhole Foods, several positions, part- and full-time: “Whole Foods Market is looking for people to join our team at our new store in Port Chester, NY! We will be accepting applications through mid-September. We will also be interviewing for our other neighboring locations as well. Whole Foods Market Team Members perform all functions related to answering customers' questions, assisting customers in finding products, and providing excellent customer service.”
  • Greenwich, CTPerformance Physical Therapy, customer experience receptionist, part-time, $10-$12/hr: “Performance practice is a complete on-site wellness center that complements Performance Physical Therapy. We provide a natural and holistic approach to healing and overall wellness by incorporating fitness, nutrition and stress relief. The position of the Patient & Client Services Receptionist places an emphasis on attentive patient/client care. We are currently accepting applications for this new Client Services Receptionist position. This person must have a high level of customer service experience to join our team. This is a great opportunity to join a growing team with an excellent reputation, and to work in one of our beautiful state of the art CT facilities along with a team of talented and experienced professionals.”
  • Rye BrookCVS, pharmacy technician trainee/pharmacy service associate: “Work as part of the Pharmacy Team to ensure that each customer has a positive shopping experience at CVS and to ensure customer satisfaction by serving each customer according to our company Values. The Pharmacy Technician Trainee is a training position where you can move to a Pharmacy Technician upon successful completion of CVS Pharmacy Technician Training Program and per local state pharmacy guidelines. Please note in select markets the collective bargaining agreement rules regarding the Pharmacy Technician would apply.” 
  • Rye BrookCVS, clerk/cashier, hourly: “To ensure customer satisfaction by handling each customer with the eye’s, hi’s and help. To ensure each customer has a positive shopping experience and to remember that the customer is the top priority.”
  • White PlainsSpencer Gifts, assistant manager and sales supervisor: “Working at Spencer’s will be fun, challenging, fast-paced and rewarding. We are a motivated, energized and dynamic culture that is dedicated to supporting our team with the productive tools and efficient resources necessary to achieve our challenging objectives. Success will be shared by our team of results-driven and principled associates.”
  • White PlainsLLS, manager learning & development, full-time: “How many people can answer the question, "What do you do for a living?" with the answer, "I help find cures for cancer."  At LLS, employees take our mission seriously.  Whether you work in one of our chapters, are an accountant at the national office or a specialist in our Information Resource Center, you work each day on making our mission a reality:  Cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families.”

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