PrePayPower announce 50 new jobs

PrePayPower announce 50 new jobs

50 new jobs have been announced by pay as you go electricity firm, PrePayPower.

Recruitment for the mainly sales positions, is getting underway immediately.

The Chief Executive of PrePayPower, Cathal Fay, explained the breakdown of where the jobs will be in the country.

Chief Executive of PrePayPower, Cathal Fay

“Twenty of these new positions will be in Leinster, fifteen in Munster, ten in Connacht and five in Ulster,” said Fay.

“More and more consumers are enjoying the advantages of our highly competitive pay-as-you-go electricity offering. They like the control, the complete transparency and the savings that they make in their electricity usage” he said.

The company already employs 100 staff at its headquarters in Sandyford, Dublin.

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