16 jobs in Galway as Cut-e announces imminent expansion

16 Oct 2015

Galway-based Cut-e is looking to fill 16 positions across areas like occupational psychology, marketing, finance and other support functions in the coming months.

The expansion will bring the company’s workforce to 40 in the area, with Cut-e’s recent growth seeing the company open offices in Dublin, New York, Singapore, Melbourne, Dubai, Sydney, London and Kuala Lumpur.

Focused on the design and implementation of online assessments and recruitment technology, Cut-e’s clients include the likes of Dell, Emirates, PepsiCo, Eir, MasterCard, Telefonica, Rolls-Royce and Aer Lingus.

Galway jobs boost

The jobs will be at Cut-e’s global operations centre in Loughrea, which already has a workforce of 24, with Enterprise Ireland clearly pleased at such a regional announcement.

“I warmly congratulate Cut-e on this very welcome jobs announcement,” said Julie Sinnamon, CEO of the state body, upon the news.

“Enterprise Ireland has worked closely with Cut-e, here in Ireland and through our overseas offices, to support their growth and expansion.

“From Loughrea, Cut-e are now designing and delivering psychometric talent assessment tools which they sell to clients across four continents. This is no mean feat and these new jobs here in Loughrea will help drive their global growth to even greater heights.”

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