Global job site to create 100 jobs in Dublin

Indeed will double its Irish workforce as part of EMEA expansion

Online recruiter Indeed is set to hire another 100 people for its Irish operation based in the Bloodstone building (pictured) on Dublin’s Sir John Rogerson Quay.

Online recruiter Indeed is set to hire another 100 people for its Irish operation based in the Bloodstone building (pictured) on Dublin’s Sir John Rogerson Quay.

 

Global job site Indeed is to expand its Dublin based Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) headquarters and double its workforce with the creation of 100 new jobs over the next 12 months.

The company has already started recruiting for sales, client services, business development, marketing, finance and operations professionals for its premises in the Bloodstone building on Dublin’s Sir John Rogerson Quay, which currently employs over 100 people.

David Rudick, vice president, international of Indeed, said that since its arrival here in March 2012, Dublin has proven itself as the “ideal location for a high–growth technology company like Indeed”.

“Our Dublin HQ has given us an opportunity to tap into an incredible source of tech-savvy talent, both locally, from the rest of Europe and further afield,” he said.

In Ireland, Indeed indexes jobs from over 3,000 sources and has added over 10,000 new Irish jobs to the site in the last seven days alone.

Barry O’Leary, CEO at IDA Ireland described Indeed is one of the “jewels in the crown of the Irish-based ’born on the internet’ companies” and said that the expansion is “very welcome news for the Irish economy”.

Established in 2004, Indeed now has over 100 million monthly unique visitors worldwide. Apart from its Dublin office, Indeed has four offices in the US and Dusseldorf London, and Sydney, with plans for further international expansion.