Zevas to create 50 new digital media jobs in Cork city
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Zevas to create 50 new digital media jobs in Cork city

16 Nov 2017431 Views

New positions at global digital company Zevas to be filled immediately.

Outsourced sales player Zevas, which counts Google, Twitter, PayPal and UberEats as clients, is creating 50 new jobs in Cork.

Recruitment for the new roles is set to begin immediately.

‘As an Irish company with our headquarters in Cork, these 50 new jobs are to be particularly celebrated Lee-side’
– JOHN O’SULLIVAN

This hiring push comes on the heels of 40 new jobs that were created last year as Zevas landed global sales contracts.

International hub for digital innovation

The new positions are for telesales personnel with an enthusiasm for working in the digital media sphere.

The majority of positions are English-speaking, but native Dutch and German speakers will also be recruited. It is anticipated that other European languages will quickly follow.

With Irish offices in Cork and Dublin, Zevas also has satellite branches in Hamburg and Moscow.

Zevas COO John O’Sullivan said that the new jobs were created after the company added two more top-tier global companies as clients.

“As an Irish company with our headquarters in Cork, these 50 new jobs are to be particularly celebrated Lee-side,” O’Sullivan said.

“These new contracts further reaffirm Cork’s position as an international hub for digital innovation and ambition, as well as for superb and proactive customer service offerings.”

As well as multinational tech giants, Zevas also serves local companies such as Pinergy.

HR manager Caroline Horgan said: “Since our founding in 2001, Zevas consistently provides world-class customer service solutions to international companies and brands, in tandem with providing an excellent environment of learning and development for our people.”

John Kennedy
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