FMI to create 24 new jobs in Dublin

FMI managing director Charley Stoney. The company announced 24 new jobs today.

FMI managing director Charley Stoney. The company announced 24 new jobs today.

 

Field management company FMI is to create 24 new jobs in Dublin with the opening of a new telesales operation in Dundrum.

The company is currently recruiting 24 full-time staff for telesales positions at FMI Respond.

"FMI Respond will help build that success by offering a 'best in class' facility that blends telesales and field channels," managing director Charley Stoney said.

FMI was established in 1995 and currently employs 50 full time staff at its head office in Dublin. FMI's clients include Electric Ireland, Kraft, PepsiCo, Glanbia and Bulmers.

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