The company is looking for a new director and a CTO.

The job description states: “We have a vision to create a highly scalable communications platform with a high degree of modularity, which will allow us to leverage existing technologies and build on existing technologies to create new services that can be scaled with increasing volumes and capabilities.”

The company said it will start accepting applications from candidates in February and has already lined up six hires.

It says the new position will be based in the US.

The company says it is aiming to hire 15 people in total.

It is seeking candidates from the UK, Australia, New Zealand, and India.

The new position is a new opportunity for the company.

The firm says it plans to use its expertise in communications to bring new services to the marketplace.

It has also started to recruit employees from its parent company Telekom and the US-based telecommunication giant, Verizon Communications.

In May, Telekop announced it had hired its first employees, bringing the company’s workforce to around 300.

LSC’s founder and CEO, Rishi Rajesh, says the company is aiming for 500 jobs by the end of the year.

“We’re aiming for a very significant increase in staff.

We’re aiming to bring in more than 500 staff.

And then we’re targeting 100 staff from India and we’re also aiming to add 100 from US,” he told the BBC.

“That’s our target.”

The BBC’s Nick Bryant says LSC hopes to attract more talent from outside the US, and he says it will try to hire from India as well as from other parts of the world.

But it has not said how many jobs it plans, and whether it plans the hiring of existing staff.

“It’s not a question of a job opening at this stage.

We have the requisite infrastructure to hire the number of people that we want.

It’s a matter of staffing, the infrastructure that we need to have to get the number,” he said.

The BBC says it understands some employees at LSC have been told they would not be offered positions in the UK or Australia.

However, he says that the company will keep working to ensure its employees are well-paid.

“There are certain jobs that we’re looking to fill.

The vast majority of those positions are very technical positions,” he added.

Mr Rajesh also says the job will be at least one year long.

“One year in the field, we’re hoping to get to the point where it is two years in the company, and then it’s two years at a certain level.

We want to ensure that we are keeping a good balance of people.

We’ve got a lot of people working for us in the industry,” he explained.

The LSC company is a joint venture between Telekomi and Telstra.

The three companies together own about 50% of the company and have invested in communications companies including Telekokop, LSP, and Telekonkop.

The UK has a number of telecoms providers and some have been vocal about their concerns about the impact of the Brexit vote.