45 jobs at OneSource’s new Derry base

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Business Process as a Service (BPaaS) company OneSource is continuing its major expansion in Northern Ireland with the announcement of the next stage of recruiting, with 45 new jobs – 
of a total 289 – currently being filled.

A company that offers outsourcing for HR, IT, finance and accounting, OneSource’s new OSV North West office will support product offerings in the UK, including deployment, UK payroll and application management services.

42 people are already working on site, with this latest drive set to more than double that figure, and OneSource is hoping to target greater opportunities across Europe now that it has a foothold in Derry.

“This new office space will help us attract Northern Ireland’s top talent, provide them with an innovative working environment and ensure that we continue to deliver the highest levels of customer service to our growing customer base,” said Wesley Bryan, co-founder, president and COO of OneSource Virtual.

In total, 289 jobs will be filled by OneSource, with the North’s deputy first minister Martin McGuinness on hand today to officially open the Derry site.

“OneSource Virtual Service Centre locating its European Service Centre in Derry is a huge vote of confidence in this City and its people.

“The 289 posts announced in July will pay in excess of £30,000 per year and will benefit the local economy by £11.8million pounds annually.

“Directly and indirectly the people of the city and wider north eest will feel the benefit of this cash injection. I wish OneSource Virtual, current and future employees every success for the future.”

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Gordon Hunt
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