Rogers Call Centre in Moncton to Add 215 New Jobs

Rogers has announced this morning its call centre in Moncton, New Brunswick, is set to gain 215 new jobs. These additional hires will bring the number of Rogers employees in the city to beyond 1,000 people.

From left: Dawn Arnold, Mayor of Moncton; Honourable Cathy Rogers, Minister of Finance and MLA for Moncton South; Honourable Ginette Petitpas Taylor, Minister of Health and MP for Moncton-Riverview-Dieppe; Eric Agius, SVP Customer Care, Rogers Communications; Jessica Gallant, Moncton Site Director.  

“We employ some of the best frontline agents in Moncton and we’re excited to fill hundreds of new jobs in the region. Our customers are our number one priority and we are growing our presence locally to provide them with the best possible experience,” said Eric Agius, Senior Vice-President Customer Care, Rogers Communications, in a press release.

Rogers has contact centre agents in Moncton for the past 15 years, “who are dedicated to providing the best service experience to its customers.”

Dawn Arnold, Mayor of Moncton, said in a statement, “The addition of 215 new jobs demonstrates that they see Moncton as a great partner and an ideal place to do business. Our talented workforce is definitely a key component behind Rogers’ continued investment in our economy.”

Jessica Gallant, Site Director for the Moncton contact centre, added “I started my career here more than 20 years ago as a frontline agent in this great company that supported my career development as a manager and now as site director.”