Xerox is looking for customer-service representatives who have at least six months of experience. Xerox, which already employs 500 in Greeley, opened its call center there in June.
The 400 positions are “project-based” and will wind down during the first quarter of 2013, with the potential to become permanent jobs.
Hiring begins immediately and will continue through the end of November.
Xerox employs more than 2,500 people in Colorado with a major customer-care center in Colorado Springs and operations in Denver and other locations in the state.
Xerox has more than 38,000 agents in 150 call centers around the world.
Bill McKee, spokesman for Xerox Corp., declined to give details on why Xerox was hiring additional employees. Xerox’s customers prefer that the company does not share information about them.
“This is a temporary ramp-up to support a specific need for our customers,” McKee said. “We support a range of customers in wireless, technology and health care.”
McKee did not know how many of the employees would remain with Xerox in full-time or part-time positions after the initial work ends.
“It will be based on customer needs,” he said.