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St Asaph ICT Company to Create New Jobs in the Region

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St Asaph based ICT company, Pinacl, who work with blue-chip and government organisations, is creating new roles in North Wales and across the UK.

Pinacl is a leading entrepreneurial ICT managed services and ISP provider focused on crafting pioneering technology solutions to solve complex business problems. With an annual turnover of circa £19m, Pinacl has gained an enviable reputation through a dedicated workforce of over 90 employees across the group company.

The company have partnered with Bodelwyddan based JVP Group, who assist the business with comprehensive online recruitment advertising and time saving support services, to help attract enthusiastic professionals seeking an exciting career opportunity.

HR Director of Pinacl, Susan Davies said:

“We value our employees and we’re proud to have been accredited with an Investors in People – Silver award. Our business is large enough to deliver but still of a size that cares.

“Pinacl is committed to offering career progression, with professional qualification paths, and encourages sharing of new ideas, new technologies and solutions to be part of transforming the industry.”

The company currently welcomes applications for a range of roles from graduates to accounting professionals, and field based engineers. Find out more here: http://www.JobsinNorthWales.co.uk/Pinacl.

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