Cork tech company to create 300 jobs

Employment, Technology | Mon 25 Jul | Author – Business & Finance

CoreHR has today announced a major expansion of its operations, creating 300 new jobs to more than double its workforce over the next three years.

Headquartered in Ballincollig, Co. Cork, CoreHR is one of the world’s leading providers of HR software and technology, specialising in cloud-based human capital management and payroll software.

The majority of the new positions will be based in Cork, Kilkenny and Dublin, with additional roles in the UK.

CoreHR is inviting applications across a wide variety of roles including product and development, professional services, customer support, sales and marketing.

John Goulding, chief executive of CoreHR, said: “This is a very exciting time for CoreHR. We have carved out a strong presence across a wide range of sectors to become a world leader at the forefront of developing innovative HR software solutions. After a number of years of strong performance, including 30% revenue growth last year, I am very much looking forward to the next stage of our success story, to expanding our talented team and to continuing our global growth strategy.”

Chief executive of Enterprise Ireland Julie Sinnamon added: “A key role of Enterprise Ireland is to drive and support innovation in Irish companies. Innovation is central to CoreHR’s success in competing and winning global customers. Enterprise Ireland looks forward to continuing to support CoreHR’s growth ambitions as they create new jobs in Ireland.”