Candian telecom carrier Videotron created 827 new jobs in 2010--230 above its target--driven by its entry into the mobile market. The latest wave of hiring has boosted Videotron’s workforce to more than 6,000. In all, the company has created approximately 4,200 jobs in 10 years.
“We have been making capital investments and creating jobs in order to achieve several goals: to have competent employees in Québec ready to respond to customers promptly, to continue developing and maintaining our network in order to keep it among the most reliable and robust in the industry, to innovate by developing new communication and entertainment applications, to understand consumers’ existing needs and anticipate new ones,” said CEO Robert Dépatie said.
Videotron, which has invested more than $1 billion in its mobile network, continues hiring to fill new positions in engineering, network operations and management, installation, sales, marketing, IT, and customer service.