PayPal is to create a further 200 jobs in Dublin in a new wave of recruitment that follows the addition of 150 new roles at the Blanchardstown facility earlier this year.
The international payment firm, - which already employs 1350 at its European Centre of Excellence - says the new roles will support its fast growing European business which contributed to PayPal achieving its first ever $1 billion revenue quarter in Q2 2011.
The company is opening permanent positions in customer service, risk operations, financial operations, sales and account management for individuals fluent in English and a second European language.
Louise Phelan, VP for global customer services & Emea merchant services, PayPal European operations, says: "PayPal has grown substantially in Ireland since it began here in 2003 and this is the second new jobs announcement we've had this year alone."
In 2009, the company announced an investment of €15 million to support the development of a European Centre of Excellence in Blanchardstown. The Dublin centre manages all direct customer contact for PayPal's businesses across Europe.