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Sky To Dial Up 400 New Call Centre Jobs

05 Jul 2015

Sky To Dial Up 400 New Call Centre Jobs

Sky has announced plans to buffer its customer service facilities in a move which will create around 400 new full and part time jobs in the UK.

The 400 new positions will be call centre jobs split between England and Scotland, with around 200 vacancies to be created in Newcastle and Stockport. A simlar number of Scottish jobs wll be advertised by Sky at its call centres in Dunfermline, Livingston and Uddingston. Uddingston is set to get the most new jobs, with around 100 vacancies to be advertised in the South Lanarkshire town.

Once the jobs in Scotland are filled, Sky will employ almost 6,000 people in the country, putting it amongst the top ten employers north of the border.

Recruitment for both the full and part time jobs at Sky will get under way later this month, with some positions set to be filled in the next few weeks.

Commenting on the new call centre jobs, Sky’s Head of Sales Operations, Steven Lindsay, said: “We are very excited to be launching one of our biggest sales department intakes for 2015. Our aim is to build a reliable and diverse workforce to help grow and expand the Sky brand. We are passionate about delivering excellent customer service and retaining our existing customers, this relies heavily on an experienced and passionate workforce. If you think you have what it takes to work for Sky, we want to hear from you.”

We advertise a number of call centre jobs in various parts of the UK all through the year. Although the environment can be pressurised in some call centres, the work is very flexible and the pay is often good. Find out more about call centre jobs in the UK now.

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