In Moray a leading business outsourcing firm is to create new jobs at its call center. The capita which provides back office adminstration and front office customer contact services to organization across the UK will begin recruitment for the new roles at its Forres Center later this month. By February 2012, the positions will help a major energy company’s customers to inquire about their bills, make payment, set up direct debits and get refunds. The local managing director Bruce MacLeod stated when the capita was considering where to expand its contact center operations it looked at a number of possible options.
In Scotland, it chose Moray is recognition of the exceptional customer service the local people of Moray deliver to their customer. The Clydesdale Bank stated a seven-figure funding package it has provided that it will help Scrabster Harbour Trust with the first phase of the project to redevelop and modernise the existing fish market pier. By July next year, the work began at the port in August and is due to be completed.
On the existence of Scrabster, the bank said that more than 300 jo9bs are already dependent. Clydesdale Bank said that the independent economic research commissioned by the Harbour Trust suggests that the redevelopment has the potential to generate 300 to 400 new jobs in the Caithness Area. The managing partner at the bank’s financial solutions center in Inverness, Hamish Boag stated that the redevelopment of the vital part of north Scotland’s infrastructure has the potential to deliver enormous economic benefits for the Caithness area and to make a major contribution to growth sectors including the renewables and oil and gas.
With the team to provide short and long-term funding for what is a highly significant project for the areas as trust’s funding partner that they look forward.