FMI to create 60 new jobs in Dublin

Field management company recruting sales representatives as part of expansion

Nicola de Beer, chief operating officer of Field Management Ireland. The company is to create 60 new jobs in Dublin.

Nicola de Beer, chief operating officer of Field Management Ireland. The company is to create 60 new jobs in Dublin.

Tue, Aug 20, 2013, 08:09

Dublin company Field Management Ireland is to create 60 new jobs as part of its continuing expansion.

The roles offered include residential sales and management positions at companies including Sky, the Dogs Trust, Electric Ireland and the Irish Cancer Society.

“We’re looking for keen enthusiastic recruits across a range of disciplines who want to build a career with us.,” chief operating officer Nicola de Beer said.

Established in 1995, FMI currently employs 52 people at its head office in Dundrum.

The company provides a range of services which include event management, merchandising, direct sales, in-store promotions and demonstrations.