London Full Fibre Business ISP Vorboss to Create 60 New Jobs

Network operator and UK ISP Vorboss, which is investing £300m to deploy a 100Gbps point-to-point full fibre network (Ethernet and broadband) – dedicated to business – across central London, has announced that they intend to create 60 new roles within the company to help meet a rapid growth in demand.

At present the operator has already deployed over 500km of fibre optic cables – enough to potentially connect all commercial buildings in Central London, which can provide point-to-point Carrier Tail and Direct Internet to London’s businesses across all sectors. But unlike a lot of other altnets that have recently been cutting jobs, Vorboss are doing the opposite in order to better manage their growth.

NOTE: Vorboss is backed by Fern Trading, which has separately consolidated several other alternative networks (Giganet, Jurassic Fibre, Swish Fibre and AllPoints Fibre).

In particular, the new recruitment drive will increase their account management team from 10 to 70 by September 2024. Some 50 of the new roles in the expanded team will specialize in supporting customers in key industries, including media, broadcast, finance, healthcare, hospitality, hotels and fitness.

The remaining 10 new roles will instead be created at entry level, giving fresh opportunities to begin a new career.

Tim Creswick, Vorboss CEO, said:

“We built our network to meet the huge wave of increasing bandwidth needs of London businesses, and we’re seeing high demand for the service. Now we’re expanding our team to match that demand, and deliver an experience that makes connectivity easy for our customers.”

At this point it’s worth noting that more than 300 technicians and engineers have also been trained in-house at the company’s own academy, and more than a third of Vorboss’ field technicians are women.

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