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Really good response "as any other role", really gives newcomers the sense of good people to work with. Team spirit. Useless plank.

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In the contact centre it is based on shift work, the centre is open from 7.30am until 9pm in winter months / 10pm in summer months. Depending on your contract hours you will either work full time (38 hours) or one of the 2 part time options (30 hours or 18.75 hours) per week. The lowest hours are popular among school and college goers as they can finish college and do a late shift in the evening

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Most positions are advertised internally. Otherwise, there maybe jobs advertised online or you would need to approach head office (human resources) in Dover.

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We have free travel for 4 crossing a year. Any over and above this, we are required to pay port tax only. Our dog can always travel free. We receive some onboard discounts in the shop. These vary depending on the product.

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No, monthly (15th)

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It depends on the role

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