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December 10, 2013

Charter to add 140 jobs in Rochester

Cable provider Charter is following up its expansion into two ex-IBM buildings in Rochester by ramping up to hire at least 140 new jobs. All of the new staffers will work in the 002 Building on IBM's campus.

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Charter-Business-Logo-smallCharter Communications plans to add more than 140 jobs to its business-to-business division in Rochester, with the goal of having 70 new employees on the job by January.

Charter spokeswoman Kimberly Noetzel said the cable television, Internet and telephone service provider is filling positions across the board, including jobs in sales, operations, service activations and some supervisory and support positions.

“Charter continues its growth in the Rochester area,” stated Joe Romano, vice president at Charter Business, in an announcement about the new jobs. “This community has historically provided us with a talented employee base to support the many areas of our business.”

Charter Business is the division of the cable company that sells Internet and telephone services directly to businesses.

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