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PhoneWatch announces 230 new jobs for Dublin, Cork and ten other regional offices. Shane O'Neill Fennell Photograph

PhoneWatch to create 230 jobs in 12 regions across the country

The new roles are in engineering, sales and operational areas of the business.

THE HOME SECURITY monitoring provider, PhoneWatch, announced today that it is is creating 230 jobs in Dublin, Cork and ten other regional offices around the country.

The new roles are in engineering, sales and operational areas of the business, with recruitment commencing immediately.

PhoneWatch currently employs 150 people in Ireland.

The expansion of the company comes after it was acquired by Norwegian company Sector Alarm Corporation last year.

Regional jobs

The Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Minister Richard Bruton welcomed the jobs announcement stating that a key part of the government’s Action Plan for Jobs is to deliver a regional spread in job-creation.

Eoin Dunne, Managing Director, PhoneWatch said they were excited about their “ambitious plans” for growth in the Irish market.

“We are establishing a regional office network to bring us even closer to our customers and to enable us to deliver an enhanced and superior service to our customers. Our strong regional presence will also be strategically important to us as we introduce innovative new products and services to the Irish market and continue to grow our business here”.

For details on the new jobs available at PhoneWatch click here.

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