As part of its business growth strategy, technology company Apple is recruiting to fill approximately 50 high level roles within its UK operations. Based mainly in London and at its UK headquarters in Middlesex, the vacancies include opportunities for IT, finance and e-commerce specialists.
Professional services firm Deloitte has secured a contract to establish a national Centre for Excellence in the North East, which could lead to the creation of 100 jobs over two years. The new centre will support Deloitte offices nationwide with audit services.
Amazon, the international online retailer, is recruiting 400 new UK staff to support business growth and expansion. The jobs include HR vacancies, I.T. roles, sales & marketing positions and others in legal, customer services, admin, finance and operations.
UBS, a global financial services firm, is expanding its London office with the appointment of 130 staff in areas such as administration, customer services IT, finance, risk, sales and marketing.
Telecoms company Vodafone, is to recruit 113 new staff at their call centre in Ireland to meet demand for services. The new roles will be created in technology and networks, customer service, HR, finance, sales and marketing. 57 of these new positions will be permanent.
Liberty Marketing, the Cardiff-based digital marketing agency, will relocate to a larger office in Cardiff. The company has created 23 new jobs with more expected to accommodate the growth.
Reckitt Benckiser Group, the manufacturer of health, hygiene and home products, is actively recruiting to fill 60 jobs in Marketing, Research, IT, Sales and Customer Services.
Santander Corporate & Commercial has opened a new corporate business centre in Truro, creating 10 jobs. The bank is planning to open another centre in Plymouth later in 2014, with further jobs expected.
Edge Testing Solutions
North Lanarkshire-based software and web testing business, Edge Testing Solutions is looking to expand in England and Scotland. The group has opened a London office and is to create a further 12 jobs across its English and Scottish operations in 2014.