100 New Jobs At Chill Insurance

Online insurance company Chill.ie is to create 100 new jobs at its south Dublin base over the next three years.

Chill Insurance is an independent online and Irish owned insurance provider regulated by The Central Bank of Ireland. The jobs will be created as part of the companies plans to grow online sales in a range of insurance products.

The company, which holds membership of the Irish Brokers Association, have been in business since 2007 and were formerly known as insureme.ie.

The company said it would hire 100 staff over the next three years in line with their expansion, and recruitment would begin immediately for a mixture of insurance, technology and back office roles.

The positions would be expected to cope with an increased volume of business and higher traffic through the company's website and its call centre in Blackrock.

The company uses 14 different insurers on customer's behalf to get the best possible quote in "less than three minutes".

The company currently employs 60 staff but this is expected to grow to 160 by 2014 selling a range of insurance from home and motor to life and travel insurance.

Currently, Chill is advertising for "Personal Lines Executives" with a "positive attitude", Sales Account Executives and Customer Service Executives.


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