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Thirty new jobs announced by Electric Ireland field sales firm

Field Management Ireland is recruiting new staff members to sell electricity and gas to door-to-door on behalf of Electric Ireland.

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SALES COMPANY FIELD Management Ireland has announced the creation of thirty new jobs, as part of its contract supporting Electric Ireland.

The positions are available immediately and details are available on the company’s website.

It’s expected around 60 per cent of the new recruits will be based in Dublin, and the rest in various locations around the country.

The new staff will be responsible for selling gas and electricity door-to-door to householders around the country.

Today’s expansion bring FMI’s total workforce to 120. The firm has a contract to carry out all residential field sales activity for the energy company until 2016. The deal began in 2011.

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