Hundreds of jobs are up for grabs at Parseq.
The contact centre specialist announced in March that it was to create more than 700 jobs in Sunderland, almost doubling its 1,000-strong workforce and investing a six figure sum in the development of a centre of excellence next to its site at Doxford International Business Park.
The firm employs more than 2,500 nationally and represents some of the UK’s most respected blue-chip companies including the top ten international banks, a third of the country’s utility sector, financial and insurance services.
Parseq has already boosted its numbers at Doxford since the announcement and is now recruiting for the new office.
Managing director of contact centres at Parseq Graham Stein said: “Since March of this year we’ve created 200 new roles and we plan to increase this by a further 450, with recruitment starting immediately and into 2017.
“Sunderland has a rich employment and business network and it’s this, combined with our unique approach to working with businesses to provide outsourced services, which is enabling us to reap rewards and reinvest in the city.
Sunderland has always had a good reputation for contact centre business, but we plan to take it to a completely new level with the development of our new site.Graham Stein
“All of our UK operations are performing exceptionally well which means we’re not only expanding and recruiting here in Sunderland, but on a national scale too.
“Sunderland has always had a good reputation for contact centre business, but we plan to take it to a completely new level with the development of our new site.
“Our vast experience in the sector and those of our clients mean that we’ve got insight few others can claim.
“We’re looking forward to opening our second site in the city and creating hundreds of new roles.”
For more information about the career opportunities available at Parseq contact the recruitment team on firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.parseq.com
The property deal for Parseq’s second property in Sunderland was brokered by Naylors.