Starcircle, a Cork-based talent supply technology provider, has announced plans to create 100 new jobs.
Starcircle counts the likes of Marvel, Facebook, Amazon, Epic Games, Sonos, Dropbox, Doordash and Paypal among its customers.
It said it is expanding its workforce to meet the increase in demand for its revolutionary approach to talent acquisition, which she said is empowered by technology and informed by data.
The new jobs, most of which will be based in Ireland, will be a mix of hybrid and remote opportunities.
They will be for a variety of roles from products, technology and marketing to consulting and project management.
The company is backed by Enterprise Ireland.
CEO James Galvin explained that Starcircle’s expansion is in line with how talent acquisition has become a top priority for executives around the world, particularly in the context of more than 10 million job opportunities in the United States alone.
“The biggest challenge is that more than 85% of the talent pool is negative and not easily identifiable,” he said.
« We’re changing the way big companies approach talent, » he explained. « We go beyond job descriptions to identify potential candidates who would otherwise be overlooked. »
« At Starcircle, we’re developing a better way to source talent, one that’s enabled by technology, informed by data and informed by experience, » he added.
Taoiseach Micheál Martin said today that Starcircle is a great example of Irish business being presented on the world stage.
“Finding and hiring talent is the competitive challenge for companies around the world,” said Mr. Martin.
“Starcircle’s approach, driven by their passion and commitment, combined with a deep understanding of the value of helping companies recognize and engage with undiscovered talent, will certainly continue to bring greater success to the company in the years to come,” he added.
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