Housing developer set to create over 100 jobs

Left to right: Fergus Trim, Development Director at Quorum; Mark Henderson, Chief Executive Home Group

A Newcastle based social enterprise and housing developer is set to create 130 skilled jobs on Tyneside.

Home Group will create the posts at a11,300 square feet customer service centre based at Quorum Business Park in Newcastle.

The centre is due to open at the end of May.

Mark Henderson, Home Group Chief Executive said: “I’m very excited about this project and delighted to be able to announce these new jobs.  

“We’re looking for personalities with a real can-do attitude, people who customers and clients can truly rely on and who enjoy delivering brilliant service at all times.  

Home Group, which employs over 300 in the region, has commissioned the centre as part of a wider transformation of its customer service.

A spokesperson for the firm said they intend to build upon their exciting relationships with local partners.

North Tyneside Elected Mayor Linda Arkley, added: “This is excellent news. We want this borough to be seen as a first choice for economic investment I’m delighted that, working with our partners, we’ve been able to attract this new customer centre to North Tyneside.

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