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400 New Jobs for Cork with Voxpro

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400 New Jobs for Cork with Voxpro


Friday, November 20, 2015 




400 New Jobs for Cork with Voxpro

Business process outsourcing company Voxpro are creating 400 new jobs for Cork. Taoiseach Enda Kenny made the official announcement today which will see the Irish company’s total headcount rise to more than 1,400. 

Established by co-founders, Dan and Linda Kiely 20 years ago, the compnay operates from three purpose built facilities in Cork, as well as offices in Dublin, San Francisco and Folsom, with major global expansion plans over the coming years.

“With team members from more than 26 countries, innovatively transacting business in as many as 18 different languages, our multilingual graduate talent pool is undoubtedly the key to our success,” Mr Kiely said.

Voxpro’s international and indigenous partners include brands such as Google, Airbnb, Nest, Etsy, Stripe, Red Bubble and Weebly.

Voxpro currently have a number of job vacancies advertised online with the company including: 

  • Airbnb French Customer Experience Specialist 
  • Dutch Technical Support Specialist 
  • German Speaking Customer Service Specialist
  • Italian Technical Support Specialist 

For full details on these positions and details on how to apply click here

Source: irishexaminer.com

The CareersPortal Team