Telus Online Application
Telus is a Canadian national telecommunications company that provides a wide range of telecommunications products and services including internet access, voice, entertainment, healthcare, video, and satellite television.
By applying Telus you may join Telus’s family. At the same time you will be able to look for Telus job postings and apply to any notices you like.
Open Positions: Sales Associate, Customer Service Representative, Installation Technician, Senior Product Manager, Sales Rep, Store Manager, Sales Rep FT, Account Executive, Quality Assurance Specialist -TSS, Customer Help Representative, Sr Marketing Communications Mgr, Deployment & Completion Clerk, Sales Account Manager, Web Editor, Senior Project Manager, Resolution Specialist-TSS, Team Mgr-Retail, Market Intelligence Mgr, Learning Splst, Business Consultant, Manager-Field Support, Business Systems Analyst, Sr Systems Analyst (J2EE), Client Care Representative, Competitive Call Answer Agent, Technical Customer Service Agent, Marketing Specialist, Part Time Sales Rep, VP Assistant, Channel Marketing Representative, Director – Marketing, Communications Manager, Sales RepChannel Marketing Rep (Territory Manager), Full Time Sales Rep, Workforce Analyst I, Human Resources Manager – Supporting TELUS Customer Solutions
Printable Application PDF/Form: No.
How to Apply Telus Jobs: Search Job Openings or visit Official Site
The company was formed in 1990 by the government of Alberta as TELUS Communications, a holding company, in order to facilitate the privatization of a crown corporation, the Alberta Government Telephones Commission (AGT). In 1995, it acquired Edmonton Telephones Corporation (Ed Tel) from the City of Edmonton making Telus the sole provider of telephone service in the province. In 1996, Telus was introduced to the public as the consumer brand, replacing both AGT and EdTel.
In 1998, Telus and BCTel announced a proposed merger. The merger was completed in 1999, with the corporate name slightly modified to Telus Corporation. While the merged company chose to retain the Telus name, it moved its headquarters from Edmonton to Vancouver. The merger created Canada’s second largest telcom, with 22% of market share compared to Bell Canada’s 42%.
Large swaths of rural Quebec, mainly the Gaspé Peninsula and the north shore, were served from 1927 by an entity known as Corporation de Téléphone et de Pouvoir de Québec, and in 1955, this became known as Québec Téléphone. In 1966, the Anglo-Canadian Telephone Company, a subsidiary of General Telephone and Electronics of Stamford, Connecticut (later GTE), became a majority shareholder in Québec Téléphone. Anglo-Canadian also owned BCTel, and GTE (later merged into Verizon) also owned services in Barbados, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, and Trinidad and Tobago. In 1997, Groupe QuébecTel was established to own Québec Téléphone. Following the merger of BCTel with Telus of Alberta, GTE sold its interests in Québec Téléphone to Telus in August 2000, which renamed it Telus Québec on April 2, 2001.
In late 2004, American telecom Verizon Communications sold its 20.5% stake in Telus. This was so that Verizon could focus more on its own services.