10/06/2019

Over 200 Jobs Announced For Irish Payroll Company

Over 200 new jobs are to be created at Irish payroll company Immedis.

The announcement sees the financial services firm begin the process of doubling its workforce by the end of 2020.

The positions will be in tax, compliance, IT, software development, marketing, finance and sales and will be located in Immedis' Dublin and Kilkenny offices and also across the firm's foreign facilities.

The development comes as part of the company's rapid growth plans and the recent investment of €25 million from Scottish Equity Partners (SEP).

Clients on the firm's portfolio include Uber, Wayfair, First Derivatives, NYIT, DCC and Abbvie.



(JG/CM)

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