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Working in a call center in Barcelona

Looking for a job in Barcelona to finance your stay? Why not work in a call center? It is a pretty easy and fast way to get work when you lack other professional experiences or you if do not speak Spanish fluently. Over the last decade, Barcelona has seen a large number of international call centers grow throughout the city. Many companies are constantly looking for native speakers of all languages to join their teams. ShBarcelona has made a list of the main call centers located in the Catalan capital that recruit people on a regular basis.

Avis Budget group

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Avis Budget Group is a worldwide vehicle rental company. It covers 15 countries in Europe and interacts with customers through several communication channels such as chats, email, phone, and skype. The call center is located in the World Trade Center of Barcelona, facing the sea and the Maremagnum mall.

Most of the work offers are directed to native Spanish people, Germans, French, Italians, Portuguese, Danish and Czechs. If you are a student, you can apply to weekend-only jobs or afternoon shifts. 

Related article: How to find weekend work in Barcelona

CPM

CPM is the European leader in sell-in/sell-out solutions and merchandising. They have offices in fourteen countries around the world. They sell everyday consumer products to independent and specialized distributors, working for international companies such as Nestlé, Sony, and Honda. Your job as a customer service specialist would be to answer any request by phone, chat or email and drive satisfaction studies. Their offices in Barcelona are located in Sant Cugat and Glòries.

Sitel

Expert in customer service management, Sitel operates on all continents. This company has been present in Spain for 20 years with offices in Madrid, Sevilla, and Barcelona. If you speak French, English, German, Greek, Italian, Portuguese or Spanish, Sitel is waiting for you!

Related article: Working as a language assistant

Sellbytel

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Sellbytel‘s core business is to provide customer management solutions. With more than 60 offices, the company is present in Europe, Asia, North America, New Zealand, Australia, and Africa. Their field of action is human resources, sales, account management, healthcare, training, and coaching.

Their main office is located in Glòries, next to the metro station. Working for Sellbytel is perfect when you need to find a job fast and are open to different work shifts. Their main clients are worldwide companies like HP, Apple, Google, and Desigual.

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About the author

Mae-Lise De Sousa

Barcelona is Maé-Lise's favorite city in all of Europe. Her articles in ShBarcelona share her journey through the Catalan capital.

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