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Wednesday 24 September 2014

SouthWestern to create 260 jobs in Cork

Published 30/06/2014 | 07:16

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CEO of SouthWestern Jim Costello; team member Victoria Burgess and Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Mr. Richard Bruton T.D. pictured at a previous announcement that Cork company, SouthWestern, was to create 150 new jobs.
CEO of SouthWestern Jim Costello; team member Victoria Burgess and Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Mr. Richard Bruton T.D. pictured at a previous announcement that Cork company, SouthWestern, was to create 150 new jobs.

OUTSOURCING and HR specialist SouthWestern is to create 260 jobs at its new offices in Little Island, Cork.

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And the company, which has an Irish base in Clonakility, Co Cork, said today that 100 of these will be created immediately as the firm increases services for its clients and a further 160 over the next two years.

Minister for Agriculture, Food and Marine, Simon Coveney T.D., will officially open SouthWestern’s new offices at East Gate, Little Island early this afternoon where 100 jobs will be created.

SouthWestern provides a range of services including payroll to firms and bodies like Bord Gais Energy, Independent News & Media and the HSE.

It has operations in Cork, Poland and the UK.

SouthWestern manages over 5 million customer calls annually and handles over €6bn per year in transactions for its clients.

 

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