26/09/2013

Dell Financial Services To Create 300 Jobs

Three hundred new jobs are to be created by computer company Dell.

The jobs will be within financial services at the company's Cherrywood base in Dublin.

It is understood that over 100 of the jobs have already been filled with recruitment for the remaining position underway.

The new jobs follow the granting of a banking license to Dell Financial Services in June.

(MH/CD)

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