Internode has opened more than 50 jobs across customer service, help desk and finance despite revenue declines in the telecommunications industry.
The company has some 150,000 customers and will have more than 400 staff once the positions are filled.
Internode CEO Patrick Tapper said the company was on track to meet its 2008-09 revenue target of more than $130 million.
“The biggest challenge for us is finding the right people for our customers,” Tapper said.
“We need the right people in our customer service and help desk areas because having a helpful attitude towards customers is what sets Internode apart.”
Tapper said Internode remains committed to keeping its customer service and help desk facilities in Australia.
"We believe it makes good business sense to keep these jobs here,” he said.
Last year the telco signed wholesale ADSL2+ service agreements with Optus and Telstra and is installing its own DSLAMs in exchanges.
Information on Internode careers is available here.