Salem, NH – Windham Professionals, a full-service Accounts Receivable Management and Customer Care Company, has received a two year contract award extension for the servicing of a student loan portfolio. Windham has been working with this client since 2009 and the current extension brings with it a significant expansion in the number of accounts to be serviced. To support this, Windham is immediately looking to hire up to 200 new employees distributed between their Hendersonville, TN and East Aurora, NY locations.

“Windham continues to provide a broad and exceptional level of service to colleges, universities, private student loan providers, guaranty agencies and to the U.S. government,” stated Chuck Harper, Windham’s Executive Vice President of Operations. “Our depth of knowledge, industry experience and quality of service continue to set us apart and provide the basis for additional growth.”

Windham will provide all the new hires with specialized training that has been designed and developed explicitly for the servicing of this client’s line of business. Special consideration and incentives are being offered to candidates with previous related experience. Interested applicants are encouraged to learn more about Windham, the specific positions available, and the application process on the company’s website at www.windhampros.com/Career.

About Windham Professionals

Windham Professionals innovates, improves and advances our client’s business through BPO solutions that span the financial services of the order-to-cash cycle while providing cost reductions and increased efficiencies. Windham also provides exceptional customer care options that extend customer loyalty and grow revenues. Our focus on experience, knowledge and teamwork start with each and every employee and extend through our long-term relationships with our clients. Established in 1982, Windham is based out of Salem, New Hampshire with offices located throughout the United States. For more information, visit our website at www.windhampros.com.


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