Pat Bruen, David Forristal and Teresa Holden at the launch of Waterford-based SE2’s recruitment campaign
This innovative company, which currently employs 110 full-time staff at its Waterford offices at the IDA Technology Park, intends to fill another 15 senior software and technology positions over the next few weeks.
According to SE2 senior director of technology David Forristal, the Irish office in Waterford city has grown rapidly since it opened in 2015. The new positions will enhance the customer experience delivered to clients and further strengthen the company’s business continuity capabilities.
“Waterford as a regional tech hub is proving a very attractive proposition for both experienced professionals and those wishing to embark on a tech career. SE2 is one of the fastest growing business process servicing companies in the country and our growth can be attributed to the extensive talent in the region. By leveraging the talent that exists within the region, we can continue to improve our operational systems and processes to ensure the optimum customer interaction that our clients have come to expect.
“As a place to work, Waterford is a haven for tech-innovation, so it’s accurate to say that opportunities and technologies can be found here in abundance. Not only that, it affords a more harmonious quality of life and is less burdened by rental and accommodation crises. Equally, as a member of Crystal Valley Tech, SE2 is very much behind the message that the South East will continue to grow within the ICT sector and develop its reputation as a location of choice for dynamic leading-edge technology professionals," Mr Forristal added.
SE2 is currently recruiting for a range of positions for tech and software professionals including software engineers and developers, technical leads and account service representatives. Visit SE2 for more information.
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