Business process outsourcing company Sitel Philippines opened its new call center in Pasig City last May 20, 2009 while construction of their new Baguio office is on its way, which will pave the way to the employment of 1,000 Filipinos.

The new Pasig office, located at One Julio Vargas, started its operation in November 2007 but was only completed this year. President Gloria Macapagal – Arroyo, Department of Trade and Industry Secretary Peter Favila, Pasig City government officials, and Sitel officials led by its Chief Operating Officer for the Asia-Pacific region Mr. Steve Paul Barker and Senior Vice President for Operations for Metro Manila Mickie Baker were present during the formal opening of the site.

The One Julio Vargas facility has a 2,000 seating capacity. It is the fourth site in Metro Manila and the biggest among the three other branches located in Robinsons Cybergate, Mandaluyong City; Cyber One Building, Eastwood, Quezon City; and Taipan Place, Pasig City.

In a press briefing, Mr. Barker shared that the third Baguio branch will be operational by July or August, paving the way to the employment of around 700 jobseekers. The third Bagiuo office will be located along Loakan Road.

Mr. Barker also revealed during the briefing that the company has plans to build another site, this time in San Fernando City, Pampanga.

For the complete list of job offerings, interested applicants may contact Sitel Philippines at (+632)860-0000 (One Julio Vargas) 702-2500 (Robinsons Cybergate) or 688-2400 (Eastwood). thanks its following sources:

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