BT's Openreach hire 400 engineers
25 August 2012
BT’s Openreach is hiring 400 new engineers, with the expectation being that majority of the new jobs will be filled by ex-armed forces personnel.
The new roles will increase engineer total as the business prepares to deploy even more fibre broadband infrastructure around the UK.
The new jobs take the number of new engineers recruited in 2012 to over 1,000, following the employment of around 600 engineers in the beginning of the year.
As well as increasing their workforce, Openreach is retraining hundreds of their existing staff. This is to ensure that their engineers are dedicated to the provisioning of broadband services to customers across the UK.
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