60 New Jobs Created In Cork At Cosmetic Creations Following €7.5 Million Investment
The announcement comes as the Irish manufacturer officially opened their Cork site, in the former Yves Rocher plant on the north side of the city.
The roles will be across operations, supply chain, quality and formulation development in Cork, bringing the workforce on Dublin Hill to 100.
30 further jobs are earmarked for the company's Mayo head office, increasing numbers there to 80.
Speaking to RedFM News CEO of Cosmetic Creations Aiden Corcoran says the jobs will be filled over the next 2 years:
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