Unilever has initiated a recruitment drive to fill about 230 jobs at its new European IT infrastructure headquarters in Wales.
The Global Infrastructure Organisation (GIO) will employ 400 people, giving business support to 53,000 Unilever staff.
“Our key priority at this stage is to recruit world-class, high calibre personnel to work with us. A dedicated recruitment hotline has been set up for potential recruits,” said Lars Stork, vice-president, GIO European services.
The company decided to move into the former Flintshire County Council offices following discussions with the local authority and the Welsh Development Agency.
By Karen Higginbottom