Dublin (PRWEB UK) 4 March 2013
Cpl Northern Ireland is delighted to have been selected to serve as exclusive recruitment partner to Paper Bag, a mobile apps development agency based in Belfast.
The company was recently acquired by Learning Pool, a rapidly growing e-learning company in Derry and an existing client of Cpl NI. Over the past number of months, Cpl have successfully sourced top IT talent for Learning Pool’s expanding operations and are excited about the prospect of working with Paper Bag to continue this partnership
Neil Corrigan operates as Account Manager for Learning Pool / Paper Bag and believes that Cpl NI can play a key role in the long-term roadmap for the business. “We’re delighted to be selected to assist Paper Bag through their growth and development ahead by helping to hire some top talent to join its team.”
Learning Pool aims to increase delivery of its mobile services for its 300 plus customers, while also diversifying its product range into new categories. This new initiative with Paper Bag will have Cpl NI recruiting across a range of IT roles and disciplines with opportunities for UI/UX designers, web designers and PHP developers.
Learning Pool Director, Paul McElvaney spoke about the positive nature of their relationship with Cpl, “Finding talented people with the right skills and more importantly the right attitude is absolutely critical for Paper Bag’s success. Cpl has successfully placed many of the people who are driving Learning Pool’s growth. Their ability to really understand our needs and to find interesting candidates in a crowded marketplace makes us happy to extend this relationship.”
Paul describes the Learning Pool/Paper Bag ethos as being “challenging, rewarding and fun”. He said that staff aspire to make the business a great place to work and one where they can achieve their career ambitions. “The result is that they work really hard and are rewarded and recognised for that. Best of all they are part of something that we all believe in and we think is pretty special.”
Candidates interested in applying for roles with Paper Bag or Learning Pool should contact Neil Corrigan directly via the Cpl Northern Ireland.
About Learning Pool
Learning Pool was set up in 2006 by Mary McKenna and Paul McElvaney. The company provides online learning services including hosted software, content and tools to more than 300 organisations in the UK. In 2013, more than one million people will do job related training provided by the company. Learning Pool employs 55 people and has just moved into new offices into Derry’s historic City Factory. Learning Pool has been recognised by the Deloitte Fast 50 as one of the fastest growing technology companies in Ireland and the UK in each of the last 4 years.
About Paper Bag
Paper Bag is a London & Belfast based mobile application development agency set up in 2009 by Gary Gallagher and Stuart Mackey. Paper Bag works with companies all over the world providing mobile strategy, user experience and development services.