289 tech jobs in Derry as OneSource comes to town

2 Jul 20156 Shares

OneSource Virtual, a business process as a service provider, is setting up an office in Derry, which will house 289 jobs by the end of 2017.

The company specialises in human resources – including roles such as payroll administration and application management services – with the OneSource seeking tech graduates with three-to-five years’ experience.

According to Northern Ireland’s Enterprise Minister Jonathan Bell, the company chose Derry because of the availability of a skilled workforce, local higher education systems, quality of life and cost of living, as well as the financial package on offer.

Tech jobs in Derry

“OneSource employees are intelligent problem solvers and creative thinkers who aspire to build long-term careers in a high performing, culture-focused company,” said OneSource Virtual co-founder and CEO Brian Williams.

“We will be looking for technology graduates with three-to-five years’ experience who possess strong verbal skills and thrive in a fast-paced environment as well as experienced UK payroll professionals.

“With the support of Invest NI, through its Skills Growth Programme, we will be providing the staff with intensive training and support throughout their career.

“We have been very impressed by the opportunities we see in Londonderry and are looking forward to working closely with the business community and local colleges and universities to help develop our centre.”

The new jobs will be across a range of roles including deployment, application management services, and payroll services, with most of the employees having the potential to earn £36,000-a-year in salaries.

Image of St Columb’s Hall, Derry, by Greg Clarke on Flickr

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