BT's Openreach to hire 400 extra engineers

BT's Openreach to hire 400 extra engineers

servicementBT’s Openreach is hiring 400 new engineers, with the expectation being that most of the new jobs will be filled by ex-armed forces personnel.

The new recruits will boost engineer numbers at Openreach as the business prepares to deploy even more fibre broadband infrastructure across the UK. The extra engineers will play an important role by joining the Openreach’s mobile workforce, reacting quickly to changes in service requirements from communications providers and helping tackle peaks in demand for fibre broadband around the country.

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