24 September 2013

Job announcements for September.... week 3

Sky Betting & Gaming
Sky Betting and Gaming is creating 50 new jobs at its headquarters in Leeds as it invests in its growing team. The company’s rapid expansion over the past 12 months had led to positions being created in its technology, trading, marketing and social media departments, with roles also available in Sky Bet's contact centre.

Seneca Investments
SENECA Banking Consultants, one of the leading players in interest-rate swaps mis-selling claims, has announced major expansion plans. The North West company has moved from Haydock to Bolton and is creating 50 new jobs.

Jaguar Land Rover
Jaguar Land Rover is to create 1,700 jobs at its plant in Solihull as part of a £1.5 billion investment. The money will go towards the introduction of new technically advanced aluminium vehicle architecture in future models.

IT infrastructure consultancy CloudTalent unveils its live recruitment campaign in the City of London this Monday 16 September, as part of its plans to recruit 1,000 staff. The campaign features 20 actors dressed as office workers, with only their heads and hands painted blue, representing represents 50 new associates that the company hopes to recruit.

West Midland Safari Park
Multi-million plans to expand West Midlands Safari Park in Worcestershire could create 300 jobs and bring in £10m to the local economy. The proposals include a 250 bedroom hotel, 1,000 delegate conference centre, water park and a new stop on the Severn Valley Railway. Turnover of £11.5m and 380 employees.

Lockheed Martin
Two hundred new jobs are to be created in the Hampshire and London by Lockheed Martin as a result of new contracts worth £300 million. The contracts include a £125 million contract with the Ministry of Justice and a contract in the new NATO headquarters building in Brussels. There will be will new IT jobs created in London and the South West as the company is growing at more than 12 % a year.

Derbyshire County Council
Derbyshire County Council plans to allocate £70,000 towards administration costs of a £3m project to provide funding of up to £50,000 for small businesses. The Global Derbyshire Small Business Support Programme, run by Derbyshire economic partnership, aims to create 200 jobs, safeguard 48 more and attract £4m of private sector investment.

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