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Sky to create 1,500 jobs which may be offered to graduates

Published: Saturday, 29 January 2011   Category: Sales and recruitment

The number of graduate jobs at Sky could expand in upcoming months as the telecommunications giant plans to create 1,500 vacancies.

These vacancies will be created in new call centres, which will be established to help deal with the high demand for the services Sky offers.

 In the last three months alone, more than 14,000 people have signed up to subscribe to the company.

In Sheffield for example 500 graduate jobs could be created when a customer service centre is opened in the heart of the city in July.

Chris Stylianou, director of Sky Customer Contact Centres, told the Yorkshire Post: "We're looking for people who can help us maintain our excellent standards, with new starters being given dedicated training to ensure our customers receive the best possible service."

Recruitment for management jobs, which could be snapped up by graduates, is already open, while applications for other roles will be accepted in April.

More graduate jobs are being created in the north of the UK as a new wind energy plant is due to be built in Hull, which will create around 10,000 jobs.

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