Accenture, the management consulting, technology services and outsourcing company, is planning to recruit 2,000 employees across the UK in 2014. The new roles include entry-level, management and graduate opportunities, and cover areas such as technology, retail, finance, IT strategy, and digital.
Bolton based solicitors, Asons, will create 300 new jobs when their new offices are built, due for completion in 2015.
Wrexham based financial services company, Avox is to create 200 jobs due to growing demand.
Babcock International, a leading engineering, defence and support services company, is expanding rapidly. The company is recruiting 300 staff across 14 UK locations, including 150 new posts across a range of disciplines.
Nottingham-headquartered Capital One, a leading credit card company, is recruiting to fill 75 new jobs across a range of disciplines and is also taking on graduates in Marketing & Analytics, IT and Operations roles as part of an active graduate programme.
US software company Concentrix is to create around 1,000 new jobs in Belfast.
Reading-based insurance firm, Covea has created 40 new jobs and plans to recruit a further 80 more at its new offices in Halifax.
Satellite television station Irish TV is creating 150 jobs in Northern Ireland and in various locations in the UK. There will also be 5 posts in the USA.
Belfast-based IT firm, Kainos Software is moving to Bristol and creating 50 new jobs.
Crewe-based insurance specialist Lifestyle Services Group is creating 100 jobs as a result of business growth in the UK and Europe.
Leeds-based Lowell Group is creating 60 new jobs and is in the process of moving its head office and northern operations centre to bigger offices in the city. The company is a provider of credit management services.
Parseq, a Business Process Outsourcing company, is expanding its call centre in South Yorkshire and recruiting 200 staff. Uniting Ambition will be managing the recruitment campaign.