ResQ, the County Durham outsourcer, have announced the creation of 1,200 jobs at their new contact centre at Spectrum 3 building in Seaham, County Durham.
Recruitment has already commenced with 60 staff with additional staff being employed over the next three years withe family-owned business offering both inbound and outbound customer services.
The Hull-based outsurcer worked closely with Business Durham, the economic development company for County Durham, and identified Spectrum Business Park as their location for their new contact centre.
ResQ CEO Nic Marshall said:
“Spectrum Business Park and County Durham as a whole offered us the quality of premises we needed for this key expansion of our business, with access to a high quality workforce which was critical in our decision-making process.
“We are delighted to be expanding our operations into the North East. Our growth means that County Durham will benefit economically as we create hundreds of jobs in Seaham over the next three years.
“Our growth is being driven by our customers who are growing with us and also the re-shoring of contracts which are currently being undertaken overseas with new customers in the digital, energy, retail and insurance sectors.”
Paul Wellstead, Developer of Spectrum Business Park, said:
“I am delighted to welcome ResQ to Spectrum Business Park and I am certain that their staff will appreciate the high quality of office space that Spectrum offers.
“ResQ specifically targeted the excellent recruitment catchment of Spectrum and our well connected location will enable them to successfully grow their business.
The business park is now a vibrant community of organisations across all sectors and we hope to achieve full occupancy in all of our Grade A offices in the coming months.”
For Additional Information about,
the vacancies visit ResQ’s dedicated career Website
Photograph Caption: Paul Wellstead, Developer of Spectrum Business Park and Yvonne Charlton, Head of HR ResQ Seaham outside the new contact centre site.