ORONO, Maine (AP) -- A call center in Orono is looking to hire 400 employees in the next week to take calls from people affected by Superstorm Sandy.
NexxLinx of Maine needs workers to fulfill a contract with the Federal Emergency Management Agency to provide assistance to people from nine mid-Atlantic and New England states and Washington, D.C., who are registering for federal disaster assistance or seeking relief program referrals.
The jobs will be temporary and could last from a few weeks to several months.
NexxLinx says pay starts at $11.69 an hour plus benefits, with supervisors receiving higher wages.
NexxLinx has its headquarters in Atlanta and operations centers in Maine, New York, North Carolina and Texas.