A COMPANY has created 120 new jobs.

Rullion Engineering, based at Brighton Marina, is looking for

120 temporary customer service agents.

This is for various mainline train stations to support with customer queries and helping people to the replacement bus services while the Brighton mainline is undergoing engineering works next month.

The Argus reported yesterday, digital network business Openreach is hiring 3,000 new trainees this year.

It is part of a major recruitment drive and the trainees will be based across the UK, helping engineers upgrade, maintain and install services across the company’s broadband network.

It has emerged that 53 of the jobs will be in Sussex.