Ancestry.com create up to 50 jobs by 2013
11 July 2012
US-based ancestry search company has pledged to create up to 35 jobs in Ireland over two years after it opens a new office in Dublin later this year.
Ancestry.com is the biggest online genealogy website where you can access millions of records and connect with thousands of other genealogists and hobbyists researching their ancestry.
Ancestry.com is set to run its international operations from Sir John Rogerson's Quay.
The company has been in temporary offices in the capital since autumn 2011, and will move into the new premises in September.
Dublin office currently total 15 employees but are expected to grow to more than 50 within two years.
That number will include roles working within management and finance functions, as well as website developers and member service agents.
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