100 new jobs at Neopost’s new Dublin office
Neopost's Cathal O'Boyle, director of development shared services, and Clem Garvey, COO Europe, APAC, export, at the new European operations centre.

100 new jobs at Neopost’s new Dublin office

1 Dec 201586 Shares

Digital communications provider Neopost has announced plans to fill 100 positions in a new European operations centre in Citywest, Dublin.

Looking to fill roles in management, finance, IT, telesales and administration, Neopost’s €15m investment comes on the back of a new joint venture with French mail services company Esker.

This will see Neopost – which is a French-headquartered company – establish Irish-based Neotouch Cloud Solutions Ltd.

Already employing 59 people across its two operations in Ireland, the 100 new employees – which Neopost will hire over the next two years – will help manage 300,000 active customers in 13 European countries, including Ireland.

While many of the roles will be aimed at English speakers, candidates with French, Italian and German are also sought.

“Dublin will be a very important site for us in our global operations and this announcement is a sign of our belief in Ireland as a great place to do business and to find some of the best talent in Europe,” said Clem Garvey, Neopost’s COO for Europe, APAC.

“Neopost’s European operations are expanding and changing constantly and we require a skilled workforce to support those activities.

“With a multilingual and highly adaptable workforce, Ireland is abundant with talent – it’s little wonder it is on track to be Europe’s fastest-growing economy for the second year in a row.”

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