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'Rising consumer confidence' prompts CPM to recruit for 300 new jobs

The company is looking for 150 full-time and 150 temporary staff.

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SALES COMPANY CPM has announced a new recruitment drive for 300 new jobs nationwide.

The company, specialising in outsourced sales solutions, will hire 150 permanent and 150 temporary staff, and all roles are available immediately.

These range to regional sale managers to positions in HR and part-time merchandisers.

Managing director of CPM, Alan Peyton, said that a rise in consumer confidence and reports that that people are willing to spend again is having a positive impact on their customers, and has led to this new recruitment drive.

The company works in areas such as telecoms, security, and the charity sector.

CPM first set up in Ireland in 1986, and has 25 offices across the world.

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