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NK Communications announce new jobs for Cork and Limerick

Written by Robert McHugh, on 5th Jan 2018. Posted in General

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It was announced today that sales and marketing company, NK Communications, is creating 25 new jobs in Cork and Limerick over the coming months. The company is taking on the new hires as it grows its field sales teams working on behalf of competitive home and business energy supplier Energia.
  
The 25 new hires will be working across both residential and commercial sales. NK Communications has provided field sales support for Energia since it entered the home energy market in 2014, and has been the commercial sales partner since 2004. 

NK Communications’ field sales agents speak to over 1 million households and businesses every year and currently employs over 110 people directly working on Energia’s business and home energy campaigns nationwide.
  
Speaking this week, Limerick TD and Minister of State for Finance, Public Expenditure & Reform, Patrick O'Donovan said, "NK Communications are to be congratulated for creating these new positions in Limerick and Cork. The new hires will also play a valuable role by helping to drive competition in the home and business energy markets." 
  
Business Manager at NK Communications, Marisa Lally added, "We are delighted to be creating these 25 new sales positions, building on the new hires we’ve already made over the last year. These positions should be attractive to those experienced in both field and commercial sales and I am encouraging candidates of all experience levels to apply - those new to the field and those with significant experience."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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