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Mobile Operator and ISP EE Increase UK Customer Service Jobs by 300

Posted Tuesday, August 27th, 2013 (1:33 pm) by Mark Jackson (Score 453)
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Mobile operator and fixed line broadband ISP EE (Everything Everywhere) has announced that it will shortly create another 300 jobs in customer services across the United Kingdom and 200 of those will be based in south Wales (Merthyr Tydfil).

The new recruitment drive will deliver a mix of full-time and part-time roles in both customer service and sales. On top of this a further group of 15 apprentices will be employed by November 2013 to join the 25 already starting in the coming weeks (apprentices are being recruited via the College Merthyr Tydfil).

Francoise Clemes, EE’s Chief of Customer Service, said:

Merthyr Tydfil is already home to one of our award winning UK customer centres and today’s announcement is great news for both job seekers and our customers.

As well as providing a much-needed jobs boost for an area which has been badly hit by the downturn, the increase in employees at our customer centres reinforces our commitment to providing the best service possible to all EE customers.”

Out of the 300 new jobs it’s noted that the other 100 are expected to find work in the North East of England, specifically across the Darlington and North Tyneside centres.

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  1. Tim Nice But Dim

    This is why I’m proud to be a EE customer. Their company is investing heavily in the UK creating good paying jobs for the citizens of the nation. A UK Centre Calls is vital to the consumer experience. if people take the time to get a real good education and inquire fundamental language skills, great work opportunities are out there. EE deserves all the success.

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