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Full Tilt Poker Begins Hiring New Staff

Rehabilitation Of Online Poker Giant Takes Another Step Forward


Full Tilt Poker is back in the job market after over 18 months which saw it lay off or lose most of its staff.

The company, once one of the largest poker employers in the world, this week launched a new business, rational FT Services, to hire staff as it seeks to reinvent itself after its purchase by rival PokerStars.

Currently 11 roles are advertised on the site, mostly in information technology based at the company’s Cherrywood offices in Dublin, Ireland.

The company says on the site, “As the provider of technology, marketing and comprehensive consulting services for Full Tilt Poker, Rational FT Services seeks talented professionals for a range of jobs in areas including information technology, marketing, design, customer support, finance and administration.

“As a member of one of our specialist teams, you’ll have the opportunity to work in a fast-paced environment alongside some of the industry’s most experienced innovators and visionaries.”


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