Broadband provider TalkTalk is to launch a recruitment drive at its County Waterford contact centre, it has been announced.
According to the Irish Times, the internet service provider will attempt to consolidate its broadband market position by taking on 60 new customer service agents.
The centre, which provides support for TalkTalk and AOL customers in the UK, already employs around 700 staff in Waterford.
A spokesperson for firm said "the driving force" behind the firm's expansion over the last decade has been its staff.
TalkTalk's director of contact centres Heather Roche said their skills, professionalism and dedication have been "essential" to TalkTalk's continuing success.
"We have a fantastic team here in Waterford, made up of highly motivated individuals, who put our customers at the centre of everything we do," she added.
TalkTalk recently announced that consumers who subscribe to the company's Essentials and Pro broadband deals could benefit from free connection to the packages.