100 jobs at DocuSign new Dublin office

100 jobs at DocuSign new Dublin office

DocuSign is set to open a new European Hub in Dublin.

The company will create 100 jobs over the next number of years, with recruitment already underway.

Their customers include Three Ireland, Gap Partnership and Future Finance.

The company specialises in digitising paper documents, allowing customers to sign documents through digital platforms.

"We're looking for people across a wide range of skillsets - including multi-lingual sales and support, as well as our engineering people and our back office operations and administration," said Ronan Copeland, Vice-President of Commercial Sales at DocuSign.

"We're happy tot talk to everybody from every level, including those who have just left college."

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