Sigmar to create 50 jobs in new Tralee office

19th August, 2018
Adrian McGennis, chief executive, Sigmar, with enterprise minister Heather Humphreys and Shane Nolan, senior vice-president, IDA Ireland

Fifty jobs will be created in Kerry by the recruitment firm Sigmar. The Dublin-headquartered company will create the roles for recruiters at a newly-opened European Talent Hub in Tralee.

The first of its kind in Ireland, the hub will place IT candidates with employers in other European markets. Its opening follows the strategic partnership Sigmar announced earlier this year with French staffing company Groupe Adéquat.

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