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Zevas Communications creating 40 jobs

August 18
15:14 2016

downloadCork-headquartered Zevas Communications has announced that it will be creating 40 jobs across its Cork and Dublin offices.

The company which is a provider of outsourced customer support, has said that the new positions follow a period of sustained growth and expansion, with the headcount at the firm set to rise from 145 to 185.

The majority of the 40 jobs will be based in Cork, with roles in the areas of telesales, business development and quality.

Zevas chief operating officer John O’Sullivan said the telesales roles will require a mix of English-speaking and multilingual customer-service capabilities.

“While we’re offering 40 jobs for now, I expect this to be just the start of our ongoing recruitment with ambitious plans to treble our employee numbers by 2019,” he added.

Headquartered in Cork, with offices in Dublin, Hamburg and Moscow, the company will increase its overall staff numbers from 145 to 185.

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