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18 Jobs with New CityJet Call Centre in Dublin

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18 Jobs with New CityJet Call Centre in Dublin

Wednesday, March 02, 2016 

18 Jobs with New CityJet Call Centre in Dublin

Eighteen call centre jobs are on the way with CityJet for the company's new campus in North County Dublin.

The airline has said its new customer contact centre, opening in Swords, will use Irish staff for work that used to be outsourced to Mauritius.

The CityJet call centre will operate from 7am to 7pm daily, dealing with enquiries on CityJet's European routes.

CityJet’s Chief Commercial Officer Cathal O’Connell said: “We are delighted to create additional jobs at our Swords campus. "Relocating the call centre to Dublin and bringing it in house ensures our customers are dealt with by dedicated CityJet staff and enjoy our unrivalled service and attention to detail.”

Details of career opportunities with CityJet in Ireland are available here.

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