PFS hiring 50+ staff and investing €50m into new Irish base

  • Photo: PFS CEO Noel Moran

    Fintech Prepaid Financial Services (PFS) is creating another 50+ new jobs in the Meath area of Ireland with other vacancies also being created in the London and Malta offices.

    The announcement is in addition to the 50 roles that were filled earlier in the year. The company has quickly outgrown its existing office in Ireland and will soon move into a new three-storey building in Trim, County Meath.

    This is also accompanied by the news of a major €50m investment into PFS’ new Irish base.

    The fintech’s CEO, Noel Moran stated: “Our best efforts to remain in Navan, County Meath didn’t materialise due to a lack of suitable office space for our numbers, and issues that arose with planning, preventing us from progressing the development on Abbey Road.

    “However, Navan’s loss is Trim’s gain, and due to rapid growth, we push on with a new development plan. This is a terrific jobs boost for the area and we will also make a significant investment of around €50m into a new sleek, modern FinTech hub which, when fully developed, will create up to 750 office spaces.

    “As a Meath man, I am proud to be creating more new jobs in the region and we hope we can fill a lot of these roles at the upcoming Meath Careers Expo on Wednesday, October 2nd. We will be doing on the spot interviews for suitable candidates, so come along to our stand and speak to our team.”

    PFS is seeking to attract technology professionals. Vacancies are across the business and include Software Developers, DevOps Engineers, iOS and Android App Developers, Full Stack Developers and Front-End Developers. PFS will commence interviews immediately.

    Visit https://prepaidfinancialservices.com/en/careers/ireland for more information.

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