Qualtrics wants to fill 20 sales jobs by this summer

By: February 27, 2014
In 2012, Qualtrics received a $70 million investment from Accel Partners and Sequoia Capital In 2012, Qualtrics received a $70 million investment from Accel Partners and Sequoia Capital

Qualtrics, an enterprise survey technology provider, says it will increase its workforce to 50 within the first year of opening its European headquarters in Dublin.

Speaking at the National Employment Week Conference, Dermot Costello, head of EMEA sales, Qualtrics said that the company is currently trying to fill more than 20 sales positions before the summer.

“Our team in Ireland has grown to 30 and we have a further 20 positions to fill before the summer so anyone who might be interested should check out our website,” says said Costello.

“The cluster of digital companies in Dublin means the city is a hotbed of good talent and we are delighted to be able to tap into the talent base here. We want to grow our workforce to 150 people within three years.

“As well as experienced sales people, we’re recruiting graduates from the science, business and mathematics disciplines for a variety of roles including sales, support and tech.”

The firm, which officially opened its European headquarters in Ireland in September 2013, was co-founded by CEO Ryan Smith in 2002. It works with brands across every industry. In 2012, Qualtrics received a $70 million investment from Accel Partners and Sequoia Capital and says it has experienced triple digit growth in 2012 and more than doubled its global workforce to 350 employees in the past year.

To find jobs at the company, go here.