Our magic comes from our people.
THE LATEST JOBS FOR Human Resources
Be part of a HR team with a simple objective: to give our people all the support, encouragement and inspiration they need to perform their socks off. And because we’re now part of the BT family, you’ll find we have great opportunities for you all over the group. Click here for BT Careers.
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Senhouse Road Yarm Road Industrial Estate Darlington Co Durham DL1 4YB
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Now we’re part of the BT Group, we provide the same great benefits as they do. If you want to learn more about what BT Group offer and why it’s a great company to be a part of, click here to find out more.
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WE ARE EE
Empowered, challenged, supported.01/05/2018 10:39
We’re showing the UK how technology can make the everyday better. Our people are keeping our customers happy with great service, and our network, which has been named as the best in the UK, is keeping their digital lives connected.
Since becoming part of the BT family, we’ve focused on creating an energising culture that makes EE an even better place to build a career. Empowered, challenged, supported and rewarded, our people are the key to our success. And the Sunday Times agrees, voting EE as The Best Big Company to Work For.
We’re at the top of our game, and this is your chance to join us: https://bit.ly/2HJfbZ9
One for the history books12/04/2018 08:43
At EE, we’re making history. Now ranking 1st in The Sunday Times’ Top 30 Best Big Companies to Work For, we’re just getting started. Not only are we the proud parent of Britain’s best network, we’re on our way to becoming no.1 for service too. Find out why EE is such a great place to work: https://bit.ly/2GGsIjJ
EE: keep on running…19/05/2017 12:54
One of our Design Managers ran a marathon with a difference last month…he did it all without actually taking one step outside. Using treadmills, Paul ran the 26.2 miles and also challenged his colleagues to take a turn on the treadmills. An element of jeopardy was added to the event when machines randomly stopped mid-run. But, they made it to the end, raising over £350 for charity. Earn your 'go faster' stripes - work with us: http://bit.ly/2ni182e