Nordia is opening a new call centre in Peterborough, that will create 400 new jobs and when fully operational, contributing approximately $14 million to the local economy each year.
The announcement was made at Peterborough City Hall in the presence of Mayor Daryl Bennett, Peterborough MPP Jeff Leal, Ontario Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs, and J. Murray Jones, Peterborough County Warden.
The new centre, located at 364 Water Street, is expected to open in November, so we are now in full recruitment mode, offering quality jobs for management, support and frontline service positions. By November 1st, we expect to hire almost 100 employees and that number will continue to grow as we ramp up the new centre.
"Delivering great customer service is always about attracting and retaining the most skilled and passionate customer service representatives; that's the Nordia trademark," said John Di Nardo, President of Nordia. "We chose Peterborough for the skill and stability of its workforce as well as the high quality of life available in the community."
To learn more about employment opportunities at the new Peterborough centre, please visit the Nordia jobs page.