Enterprise Offers Jobs in New Brunswick

Enterprise Holdings has announced a partnership with the New Brunswick Government aimed at creating between 50-100 jobs in the province. Enterprise will be recruiting for full-time Contact Centre roles in the cities of Bathurst, Miramichi, Fredericton and Moncton.

These jobs are part of the new Enterprise Rent-A-Car Call Assistance Program (CAP). First introduced in the United States, the program features Contact Centre employees who work from home using Enterprise-patented software.

“Our government has made job creation a priority,” said Brian Kenny, aid environment and local government minister. “Today’s announcement underscores how the government is collaborating with employers like Enterprise to strengthen our economy and ensure more employment opportunities here at home.”

Enterprise has worked with provincial governments across Canada on a variety of issues to improve the automobile rental industry for both consumers and the industry, according to the company. In this instance, the New Brunswick government’s focus on job creation will help facilitate the CAP program.

“CAP allows us to divert calls looking for basic information, like rates or vehicle availability, to Contact Centre employees so that employees at our branch offices can focus on the customers in front of them,” said Paul Evon, vice president and general manager of Enterprise Holdings in Atlantic Canada. “We are thrilled to have the opportunity to bring this project to New Brunswick. ...”

For more information on the job openings, visit www.go.enterpriseholdings.com/canada/.

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