Daniela Illuminati, Director of Operations and Site Lead; Ray O’Connor, IDA Department Manager, Regional Development and Enterprise; Tony Barry, VP of Finance; Nora Clancy, Director of Compliance and Audit; An Taoiseach Micheál Martin; Roger Clancy, VP of Operations and General Manager; and Miriam Manning, HR Director, announcing 300 new jobs at Telus International Ireland. Photo: Michael O’Sullivan/OSM PHOTO

Investment set for Mahon site

Telus International Ireland has announced that the new positions will be filled over the coming year at its sites in Cork, Dublin and Mayo.

The new jobs will span a range of areas including tech and customer support, shared services, cloud infrastructure, BI analytics, AI, and data annotation.

In addition to the 300 new jobs, the company is also making major investments to upgrade facilities. As part of these upgrades, its Cork headquarters in Mahon will receive a new recruitment centre and gym.

Welcoming the announcement, An Taoiseach Micheál Martin said: “Telus International Ireland is already a significant employer on both a national and regional scale and I’m delighted to see this further expansion. In my own city of Cork, I have seen the contribution of Telus International Ireland to the economy and the local community first-hand, and I’m excited to see how this growth will create new opportunities for talent and investment across Cork.”

The announcement follows the creation of 30 new roles at Telus International AI Data Solutions in Ballina, Mayo last year.

Vice President of Operations and General Manager at Telus International Ireland and France, Roger Clancy said: “Our culture is one that rewards innovation and teamwork, and we are delighted to be able to offer these jobs where people can come and grow their careers with us.

“This evolution of service has created new opportunities for our existing team, along with the opportunity to recruit even more talent to our expanding workforce.”

IDA Ireland’s Department Manager for Regional Development and Enterprise, Ray O'Connor added: “Telus International’s continued commitment to Ireland is very welcome. This substantial announcement of 300 new jobs across its three Irish sites demonstrates Ireland’s potential to deliver in an increasingly digital world. I’d like to wish Telus International every success with this expansion.”

Telus International Ireland is actively recruiting for new onsite, remote, and hybrid roles. For more information and to apply, visit telusinternational.com/careers.