Leading home assistance company HomeServe is organising two open days in Preston as part of an ongoing recruitment drive to serve its Customers, with around 30 new roles available in the region.
HomeServe, which recently launched a recruitment push for more than 160 new engineers nationwide and 100 new contact centre and back office support jobs in Walsall, is seeking talented people from across the North West to join its award-winning contact centre based at Fulwood Park in Preston.
Potential candidates for the 30 claims adviser roles are being invited along to the two recruitment days, which are being held on Saturday 11th June (10am to 2pm) and Wednesday 15th June (5pm to 8pm).
Alternatively, people can apply for new roles via HomeServe’s new Careers Hub, an online portal designed to ensure the application process is smooth and provide job hunters with information about the company.
“As our UK business continues to develop, so does our need for great People to come and help us deliver effortless service to our Customers”, said Martin Bennett, CEO of HomeServe. “We have a simple mantra at Homeserve which is if our People are happy, they will take care of our Customers and that will give us a successful business – we are all very proud of the unique culture we have built and are looking for people from the North West to join us who share the same passion and care for Customers as we do.”
Earlier this year, HomeServe’s Customer contact centre topped an independent review by the Institute of Customer Service for the helpfulness of its staff over the phone – with a market leading 8.7 out of 10 score.
For more information, job hunters can visit http://www.homeserve.com/uk/careers-hub
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