TSYS Jobs & Careers in Louisville, KY

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28 days ago

Inside Sales Representative – easy apply

TSYS Louisville, KY

Does your current employer offer… · Aggressive compensation? · Distinction of being named among the World’s Most Ethical Companies? · Continued… TSYS


28 days ago

Inside Sales Account Excecutive – easy apply

TSYS Louisville, KY

Does your current employer offer… · Aggressive compensation? · Distinction of being named among the World’s Most Ethical Companies? · Continued… TSYS


28 days ago

Inside Sales Professional – easy apply

TSYS Louisville, KY

Does your current employer offer… · Aggressive compensation? · Distinction of being named among the World’s Most Ethical Companies? · Continued… TSYS


28 days ago

Account Executive – easy apply

TSYS Louisville, KY

Does your current employer offer… · Aggressive compensation? · Distinction of being named among the World’s Most Ethical Companies? · Continued… TSYS


16 days ago

Independent Outside Sales Representative (CPay)

TSYS Louisville, KY

This job will require the qualified candidate to identify customer needs in terms of merchant services, social media and mobile marketing and suggest… TSYS


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TSYS CEO Troy Woods
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    Best company I've ever worked for

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    Current Employee - Systems Software Analyst  in  Atlanta, GA
    Current Employee - Systems Software Analyst in Atlanta, GA

    I have been working at TSYS full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    First company that I have ever worked for where I want to show up on Monday morning! I've been with TSYS for over a year and it truly is a great place to work. The amount of training that they have available to us is unbelievable. Learning my job is difficult because they don't teach mainframe in college too much anymore, but with all of the classes that I have taken it has made learning everything I need to know a lot easier to grasp.

    Cons

    I honestly haven't found any.

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