BT announces new Aussie jobs

Summary:UK-based telco BT is set to create an additional 50 jobs in Australia as the result of opening a new customer service facility in Sydney.

in brief UK-based telco BT is set to create an additional 50 jobs in Australia as the result of opening a new customer service facility in Sydney.

The facility, dubbed the "Customer Innovation Showcase Facility", will deliver support services to BT customers across the Asia-Pacific region as well as in the UK.

BT plans to recruit more than 300 staff across the Asia-Pacific by the end of the year.

The centre was opened in Sydney today by Richard Morris, British consul general and director-general of UK Trade and Investment in Australia and New Zealand.

Topics: Telcos, IT Employment

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