Global software company, Microsoft have announced they will create 200 new jobs in their new campus in Leopardstown, Dublin. Some of the new roles will be within the engineering sector, supporting and developing new IT solutions. The company are also recruiting a number of people to join their digital sales team. The new jobs will
Global firm, PA Consulting announced they will create hundreds of new roles in Belfast over the next 5-years. A spokesperson for the company said they believe Northern Ireland will be an ideal location to expand their team. The company, who work with their clients, assisting with new technology and business models, will hire people from
International experience management company, Qualtrics have announced they will create 350 new roles in their Dublin offices. Qualtrics were celebrating their 5th year in Ireland, as their European headquarters when the announcement was made. The company also announced it will be expanding their Dublin offices over the next 2-years.
According to Morgan McKinley, professional job vacancies in July 2018 were up nearly 2% since June. The report highlights an increase of 13% in professional jobs compared to this time last year, as job vacancies usually slow down in the summer months. The study also found the most in demand sectors are life sciences, technology
Irish owned technology company, Smartzone, have announced 90 new jobs for Ireland, to be filled over the next year. The firm was launched in 2015, with offices in Cork and in the UK. The increasing popularity of the smart home devices has equated to this expansion. The new roles will be within the engineering sector
West Pharmaceutical Services have announced they are expanding their global Medtech company in Waterford. To facility a new product launch, the company have opened a new facility in Waterford. The company’s Dublin site employs 600 people while the West Waterford site employs 100 staff, with this figure rising throughout the company’s expansion.
A new report from Morgan McKinley, has highlighted a positive outlook for the Irish job market industry. The figures show an increase in job vacancies and a 12.3% increase in professional job vacancies in comparison to this time last year. The number of professionals seeking employment was down from the previous year. However, this is
An Irish-international Fintech company have announced they will create 175 new jobs in their headquarters in Killorglin, Co Kerry. The roles will be filled over the next 3-years and has been supported by the Government through Enterprise Ireland’s R&D Fund. Fexco are based across 29 countries globally, with the new jobs in the area of
The Financial Services company, who deliver corporate, fund and capital market, have announce they will create 60 new jobs in their Dublin offices. A recent expansion to their offices will make room for the 60 new staff members, increasing their total workforce up to 150.
American, Web Service giants, Amazon have announced 1000 new jobs for Dublin. The new roles will be filled over the next 2-years and will be located across there Dublin offices, in north county Dublin, Blanchardstown and Tallaght. The new roles will be in a range of areas, including Data, IT Development and Security as well
BT Ireland released their latest survey results, which identified worker attitudes across a number of sectors. Of the 900 workers surveyed, 81% of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) employees expressed the highest level of job satisfaction. The STEM sector was closely followed by satisfied workers in the Health, Law and Humanities and Finance industries.
Recent research conducted by It@cork, examined Cork’s employment sector, highlighting a 63% increase within the ICT area, for the city over the last 5-years. The increase within the Tech sector, relates to the cost of living in Cork which is 20% lower than Dublin and an increased level of office space in comparison to Dublin.
Rubrik, a cloud management company have announced they will create 50 new jobs in Cork. The tech company are expanding throughout Europe, opening new offices in Cork Business and Technology Park. The expansion, which is being supported by IDA Ireland, will create new roles in sales, customer support and within the IT sector.
Mastercard will add 175 new roles to their global headquarters in their Leopardstown office. The company, who opened their first Irish office in 2008, currently employ 380 people. Some of the new openings include, project managers, data, analytics, software engineers and cloud and information specialists.