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British Sky Broadcasting Recruiting Now: Customer Operations Graduates

11/11/2011

Projects worth millions. A team of your own. More than 10 million satisfied customers. And that’s just your first year.

Sky’s Customer Operations Graduate Programme:

Step into a graduate role with all the possibilities you could wish for. Over the next 12 months, you’ll be managing a team delivering world-class service to our 10 million+ customers and playing a part in delivering £multi-million projects that will take our service – and our business – to the next level.

 At Sky, everything we do is driven by our desire to deliver ever-better entertainment, technology and service to our customers. And we’re one of only a handful of companies in the UK who offer a Customer Operations Graduate Programme.

 Join us and we’ll give you hands-on responsibility from day one to lead and manage teams and business projects. There’s also terrific training and development (including an ICS qualification) and some fantastic benefits. You’d be based in Scotland or the North of England.

With a 2:1 or more in any subject, you’ll need plenty of get-up-and-go, a good commercial focus and the ability to take an analytical and creative approach to problem-solving. Communicating with confidence, you’ll also be ambitious, determined to succeed and able to show us how you’ve gone above and beyond all expectations.

To find out more about this unique, exciting graduate programme and to apply visit www.skygraduates.com/customer-operations

Applications close: Wednesday, 30th November 2011.

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