Though Greenhouse hasn’t given any specific staff numbers yet, it’s currently hiring to drive its “rapid” expansion across the EMEA region. Open positions in Ireland at the moment include account executives, account managers and customer success managers.
Greenhouse has been in business since 2012 and now works with 4,000 companies. It offers clients – including Stripe, Intercom and BrewDog – a platform for hiring that combines software and services.
Leading the Dublin team will be Colm O’Cuinneain, Greenhouse’s new EMEA general manager. O’Cuinneain has more than 20 years of experience in SaaS, working for global technology companies such as Oracle, LinkedIn and HP, with expertise across the Irish, UK, German, Benelux and Nordic markets. Greenhouse CEO and co-founder Daniel Chait described O’Cuinneain as “ideally positioned to lead” the Dublin team.
Explaining why Dublin was chosen to kick-start Greenhouse’s European plans, O’Cuinneain said: “Dublin is a thriving tech hub at the heart of the EU, teeming with talent and a healthy ecosystem of SMB, mid-market and enterprise companies. There is a depth of experienced leadership in Ireland that understands the necessity to be best in class in attracting talent.”
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