US software firm Sedgwick to add 250 new jobs in Ireland

Risk solutions firm, Sedgwick, intends to create 250 new jobs in Dublin as part of its on-going ambition to have an international service hub in Dublin, according to an RTÉ report.

The US-based company is planning to add new staff across its offices in Ireland, where it currently employs 400 staff members.

Sedgwick plans to fill those vacancies over the next two years.

Sedgwick is a supplier of technology-enabled risk, benefits, and integration of business solutions.

“Today’s announcement is the result of the continued successful growth and performance of our Irish operation and we expect the growth to continue,” said Malcolm Hughes, chief executive of Sedgwick in Ireland.

“We see growth being driven by a strong pipeline of new business projects, responding to our growing client demands, and a demand for managed solutions in anticipation of Brexit,” he added.

Sedgwick, which has secured a contract with Irish Life Health as one of its preferred services providers, plans to set up a team in Dublin provide corporate services internationally in areas including such as finance and IT support.

Sedgwick is seeking new staff for a number of different positions, including customer service, sales, claims, property, liability, accident and health insurance, as well as corporate finance, technology, and compliance.

Sedgwick currently has more than 21,000 employees across 65 countries, providing a range of services including risk assessment, loss-adjustment packages, and claims management.

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