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Online payments company creates 10 new jobs

Willow Consulting specialises in online payments integration and ecommerce solutions.

Willow Consulting is creating ten new jobs in Dublin.
Willow Consulting is creating ten new jobs in Dublin.

IT SERVICE PROVIDER Willow Consulting is creating ten new jobs in Dublin after a significant expansion of its services.

Willows Consulting, which is based in Chase House, Northern Cross, Malahide Road, Dublin 17, specialises in online payments integration and eCommerce solutions that allow wholesalers to receive orders after hours.

Full-time positions

The majority of the new full-time positions are technical IT positions, with a number of clerical and back office roles also on offer.

Sean Owens, Managing Director of Willow Consulting said they were delighted to be able to provide the new positions at the firm, stating that the new full-time jobs “demonstrates our commitment to creating jobs in the local community”.

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“While this expansion will initially cover the Dublin area, in the new year we plan to move into the UK,” Mr Owens added.

Willows Consulting counts among its clients CityJet, Oxigen, Easytrip, Inland Fisheries Ireland and Chadwick’s, where its new ‘click and collect’ allows customers reserve stock before committing to a trip to the store.

Interested candidates should visit the website to apply.

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