Belfast Telegraph

Monday 5 October 2015

Omnisoft to double web workforce after winning series of contracts

By Clare Weir

Published 24/11/2011

A Co Down web services firm is doubling its workforce to 60 jobs between now and Christmas.

Omnisoft Services has won several new business contracts and is now looking for a range of skilled IT and education specialists including programmers, graphic designers, copywriters and even a key stage two teacher.

The company currently employs just over 30 full-time staff at its Bangor offices, servicing a range of clients in social media marketing, app development, web design and game development.

Current positions include social media consultants, QT programmers, lead and junior programmers, copywriters, games developer, graphic designers, an illustrator, multi media videographer and a key stage two teacher to work on the development of an online education product.

Formed in 2010, the company provides support for over 30 companies worldwide and has become an exporter of IT Services internationally with sales across Europe, America and Australasia.

Founder and chief executive Andrew Cuthbert said the firm has grown rapidly with new business wins both locally and across the UK and Ireland.

"We are also developing a number of new products in the education sector, so it's a really exciting time and we're looking for the right people to join our expanding team," he added.

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