Insurance Firm Announces Hundreds Of New Jobs Across South Wales

Almost 300 new jobs are to be created across south Wales by insurance firm Admiral.

The company has announced it hopes to recruit 150 in Cardiff, 100 in Swansea and more than 30 in Newport, for positions in its contact centres, IT department and law firms.

Admiral's head of people services, Ceri Assiratti, said: "We're very confident in finding more good quality people to meet our current recruitment needs."


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