Fexco to create 175 fintech jobs in Ireland
Irish payments company Fexco is expanding its operations in the South West of Ireland with 175 new jobs over three years.
Most of the new positions will be based primarily in Killorglin, at its HQ in County Kerry. The development is supported by the Government through Enterprise Ireland’s R&D Fund.
The jobs will add to the existing 2,300 staff working across Fexco’s Irish and international operations spanning 29 countries.
Fexco is seeking people in ICT engineering, software and sales to serve new product development opportunities in Ireland.
Denis McCarthy, CEO of Fexco, says: “Those seeking new opportunities outside of the major cities can enjoy the benefits of our unique location including access to a variety of housing, schools and third level institutes, social amenities, state of the art transport infrastructure, significantly reduced traffic volumes and of course one of the most beautiful vistas in the world.”
Fexco has developed a suite of payments and foreign exchange products and solutions including Dynamic Currency Conversion (DCC), Multi Currency Pricing (MCP), Tax Free Shopping and Retail FX.
Recruitment for the new roles has started. Get those CVs in! And try and avoid using the word “passionate”. Almost everyone uses it.