For anyone who wants a life outside of work, do NOT apply. I worked in the call center for two weeks before I left. They give you a shift, but you are expected to stay until all* calls are taken care of, so if you're regularly off at 5pm but you have to stay until 8pm, that's too bad. They forced us to "skip" lunches and breaks often, so we were clocked out and eating as we helped customers, which really sucked. There were so many calls coming in, that both of my trainers were having to do 2-3 at a time, placing each customer on a hold in order to help the next. Most customers were angry that their calls were not being returned, and understandably so. The sheer volume of calls was overwhelming. I was getting married in a few months and they were not willing to work with me and refused to give me the time off. Scheduling is very strict as well as attendance. If you apply for the call center position, be aware that there's no balance between work and home life and there is a lot* of micromanaging.
Basic job description: Calling customers along your route and placing their orders, submitting any service tickets for Coke vending machines, etc., and cross-selling any new Coke products.
Lots of hours available
Sometimes no breaks/lunches, long hours, inflexible with time off