Skyrim developer is to create 250 new customer support jobs in Galway
Zenimax Online is to expand its Galway customer service centre, creating 250 new jobs
The video game company behind games such as The Elder Scrolls series and Doom is to expand its Galway customer service centre, creating 250 new jobs.
Zenimax Online has its European operations base here and plan to hire 70 French speakers, 30 German speakers as well as 150 English speakers to support online gamers.
Zenimax intially employed 180 people
Zenimax opened its Galway operation in 2011 and initially employed 180 people. Zenimax Online is a subsidiary of Zenimax Media, the Maryland based company which is was set up in 1986 and counts film director Jerry Bruckheimer as one of its board members.
The Elder Scrolls series was first created in 1994 and to date has published 20 titles across different platforms. ‘The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim’ is perhaps the most widely known of the Zenimax titles.
The majority of the positions being created in Galway are in the area of customer services and can be viewed on the company’s job portal.
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