Zevas Communications to create 50 jobs in new Cork hub

Company says it will continue to offer hybrid working model to staff in Mitchelstown

Cork-based outsourcing company Zevas Communications is to create an additional 50 jobs at a new hub in Mitchelstown.

The company, which already employs more than 150 people in Cork, Dublin and Waterford, has announced plans to expand into northeast Cork. The new jobs are in sales and customer service.

Providing support in over 20 languages, Zevas helps its clients to access new markets and territories. Its first hub was unveiled in 2020 in Dungarvan, Co Waterford.

Zevas chief operating officer John O’Sullivan said Mitchelstown was “an ideal location” with “a vibrant and skilled workforce within its hinterland and, as we expand, is perfectly positioned to attract and accommodate more”.


He added: “We were particularly impressed with the site we found here in Mitchelstown. It is state of the art and required very little work to get it up and running. That’s why we have started recruiting already.

“Even though all restrictions have been lifted, we will continue to offer our hybrid model for staff. That said, we are ready for staff to enter and work from the Mitchelstown hub immediately.”

Colin Gleeson

Colin Gleeson

Colin Gleeson is an Irish Times reporter