Jobs website Indeed plans to hire 30 additional sales staff in Dublin to support the rapid growth in small and medium-sized companies hiring needs.
Gerard Murnaghan, Vice President of EMEA at Indeed Ireland said: “One of the biggest job growth category both in Ireland and across our European business has been from small and medium-sized businesses.”
“These types of companies have taken longer to feel the benefits of the economic recovery, but now have the confidence to hire aggressively, with levels growing 20 per cent year on year in many job categories including healthcare and IT. “
Indeed is the number one jobs site in Ireland with the number of visitors rising 40 per cent to 800,000 unique visitors per month. Job postings on Indeed.ie have also increased 9 per cent in the past 12 months. Mobile searches now account for 54 per cent of visits to the site, compared to 40 per cent a year ago.
SMEs can post jobs on Indeed for free and have full control over the job descriptions and CVs they receive through the website.
Indeed opened its Dublin EMEA headquarters in 2012. The new jobs will be in sales, bringing its Dublin team to more than 200 staff.
Details of career opportunities with INDEED are available here. Vacancies at the company's EMEA HQ, which is based at Silicon Docks in Central Dublin are available through this link.
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