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GoFundMe announces new job openings at its Dublin office

Written by Robert McHugh, on 26th Mar 2020. Posted in Technology

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GoFundMe, the global online fundraising platform has today announced the opening of 10 new roles across its 3 Dublin based teams - Customer Happiness, Trust & Safety and Payments Risk. 

Since GoFundMe opened their European base in Dublin almost four years ago the online crowdfunding platform has gone from strength to strength from the original team of four. Over €9 Billion has been donated to causes that make a difference globally, with Ireland named the most generous country on GoFundMe for the past two years running. 

In line with current social distancing guidelines the interviewing process will take place remotely. All roles are open to applications now, these can be submitted on the dedicated GoFundMe Careers page with start dates in early May.

Speaking on the announcement, Manager of European Customer Operations at GoFundMe, Nicole Schneegass said, "In the last four years we have continued to grow the GoFundMe team here in Dublin. Customer Happiness, Trust & Safety and Payments Risk are all crucial to our operations and we’re delighted to be growing our teams."

She added, "At GoFundMe, we believe that the impulse to help a person, support a community, or change a nation should never be ignored and these new roles will allow people to turn compassion into action. We look forward to welcoming new members to our team and continuing our growth in Ireland."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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