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Zevas announces 50 new jobs for Cork

Written by Robert McHugh, on 20th Nov 2017. Posted in Technology

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Zevas Communications last week announced the creation of 50 new jobs in Cork. Zevas Communications, established in 2001, is a privately owned provider of outsourced customer contact solutions. 

The company serves a cross section of industry verticals, from Telecommunications to Financial Services across European and North American markets. The 50 new positions to be filled immediately, are as a result of Zevas’ sustained growth and development strategy, resulting in winning two new contracts with international global digital technology companies.

Postions are available for telesales personnel with an enthusiasm for working in the digital media sphere. The majority of positions are English speaking. Native Dutch and German speakers will also be recruited immediately. It is anticipated that other European languages will quickly follow.
   
Zevas already counts Google, Twitter, PayPal and UberEATS as clients, providing a range of customer sales and support. They also deliver services to leading Irish companies across technology and utilities, such as Pinergy.
   
Spreaking last week, HR Manager of Zevas Communications, Caroline Horgan said, "After generating 40 new positions last year, we are very pleased to announce an additional 50 positions to be filled before Christmas. Since our founding in 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. We are keen to start recruitment immediately. Those with sales experience and a desire to work with key players in global digital technology, as well as availing of a Career Development Plan can check out the Careers Page on zevas.com for updates."

Source: www.businessworld.ie 

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