Approximately 150 new jobs will be created at the Nottingham call centre of Domestic and General.
Domestic & General will launch the recruitment drive in the New Year after the business opens its refurbished contact centre in Talbot Street, Nottingham.
The revamp, which cost £3.4m – is in line with the 21st anniversary of the year the company opened in Nottingham.
To mark the unveiling, Lord Mayor of Nottingham, Councillor Michael Edwards, cut the ribbon to open the new offices.
Domestic & General say:
‘We offer a supportive environment that gives you the tools to excel in customer services and sales. As a key part of a large company, our contact centre employees also have access to some great benefits. And if you decide to take your career further, we’ll be there to help you along the way with additional training and qualifications.
But it’s not all about work and meeting targets. In both our Brighton and Nottingham offices, you’ll find that we encourage many different social and sporting events, making them friendly and fun places to work. Each site is located close to the town centre so commuting is easy. You might be a student balancing study, work and play (and enjoying the nearby nightlife), or a parent looking for part-time work. We can offer you something outside of the usual 9-5.’
16 million people use Domestic & General warranties to help with their breakdowns for white good appliances, boilers and electronics – D&G carries out two million repairs annually.