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Up to 100 Jobs for Dublin with DocuSign

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Up to 100 Jobs for Dublin with DocuSign


Tuesday, March 24, 2015 




Up to 100 Jobs for Dublin with DocuSign

eSignature solution specialist DocuSign has today announced the creation of up to 100 jobs with the establishment of its European hub in Dublin.

Recruitment will be in the areas of:

  • Sales support
  • Technical support
  • Administration
  • Revenue Operations

There is a strong push for multilingual staff as the company deal with customers in the UK, Germany, the Nordics, Benelux and South Europe. The full hiring drive will take place over the next several years.

DocuSign helps companies go fully digital by automating manual, paper-based processes. The Dublin base will provide “local sales and technical support” to the company’s business.

Saul Whitton, DocuSign’s EMEA recruitment director commented that alongside tier 1 and tier 2 technical staff, “There will be operational staff too, as sales support, administration and revenue operations will be needed."

Whitton will also be hiring technical engineering staff, with a preference for those with a background in cloud applications. Candidates with a strong understanding of technology and some programming are also sought after.

Those interested in a career with DocuSign in Ireland, or around the globe, can click here for details of openings.

There is currently one position advertised for Dublin: EMEA Revenue Operations Specialist in the HR, Legal, Finance & Workplace Services area.

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Source:  siliconrepublic.ie     

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