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50 jobs created in Dublin by jobs search engine company

Indeed has opened its European headquarters in Dublin and says the jobs will be in sales and customer support functions.

50 NEW JOBS are to be created in Dublin by jobs website Indeed, which has opened its new European headquarters in Dublin.

The new jobs will be in sales, client services, business development, finance and operations. Indeed is actively hiring for the positions in its headquarters in Dublin at Sir John Rogerson’s Quay in the city centre, particularly native speakers of European languages and multilinguists.

The search engine for jobs was founded in 2004 and has doubled its staff each year over the past two years. The company has more than 60 million users worldwide.

The co-founder of Indeed Rony Kahan said that Dublin was an ideal location for high-growth technology companies.

CEO of the IDA Barry I’Leary said that 35 high-growth companies have invested in Ireland in the past two years.

Minister for Jobs Richard Burton reiterated the government’s focus on jobs:

Today’s announcement that Indeed, a dynamic, fast-growing company is coming to Ireland and creating 50 jobs, shows what can be done. Through the Action Plan for Jobs, we are determined to replicate this across the country in the coming years.

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