Greater Anglia showcases customer service roles at the Westfield Job Show

Business / Tue 27th Feb 2024 at 08:35am

THE main train operator for the East of England, Greater Anglia, recently attended the Westfield London Job Show to showcase its excellent customer service job opportunities.

On Friday 2 and Saturday 3 of February, 250,000 potential candidates attended the two-day event at Westfield Stratford and were greeted by Greater Anglia employees who were able to speak to them about the wide variety of customer service vacancies. The train operator is currently recruiting for public facing roles such as Platform Hosts, Ticket Gate Operators, and On-Board Hosts.

Potential candidates were able to engage with team members already in these positions and learn more about what the company can offer. Greater Anglia colleagues were able to break down common preconceptions and shatter some myths about the rail industry.

As a sponsor for the Westfield Job Show, Greater Anglia also held a seminar on the Saturday for attendees. The live session was hosted by Paula Wilson, Area Customer Service Manager, who provided a presentation on customer service positions, rewards, and benefits. Paula also spoke about Greater Anglia’s ongoing commitment to create and support its diverse workforce through being a Disability Confident Level 2 employer, its endorsement by Work 180, and a range of network groups available for staff.

Rose Merchant, Greater Anglia’s Talent Attraction Manager, said:

“We were really excited to bring railway recruitment to the Westfield London Job Show and showcase some of the excellent vacancies we currently have on offer.

“The railway is a great place to work, and we hope that more talented people will join us in front-line positions at stations across the network.

“Latest vacancies can be found on our careers page.

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1 Comment for Greater Anglia showcases customer service roles at the Westfield Job Show:

2024-02-27 09:32:12

The trouble is that there are so many people who refuse to work as they are getting benefits which entitles them to so much financial help that they are no better off, and some who are willing to work will only do 16 hours a week as it won't affect the the benefits they receive. It's a ridiculous situation as these people see this as a lifestyle where it's only supposed to be a short term safety net.

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