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New call centre in Bradford brings 250 jobs

Posted on May 05 2011
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 A major employer in the area, this loans company is planning on setting up a new call centre at its Thornton head office where 750 employees are already based.

The plans are not officially confirmed as yet but if all goes well jobs will start appearing over the next few years.  
Provident’s subsidiary, Vanquis Bank credit card division, is rapidly growing and hence the need for more staff in their call centre.  The move from the old call centre based in Kent to Bradford is a major coup for the area.
The company’s annual meeting of shareholder’s was told that it had made a strong start to 2011 and should grow further still in the near future.
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