US tech firm ServiceNow to create 400 jobs

US tech firm ServiceNow, a cloud-based platform that helps companies manage their digital workflow, is set to create 400 new jobs in Ireland over the next three years. The company’s plans for additional expansion in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa coincide with the decision to boost staff at this location. The recently announced roles … Read more

US firm to invest €630m in Limerick, around 600 jobs expected

With the opening of a new R&D and production facility, US semiconductor giant Analogue Devices is significantly boosting the number of employees in Limerick. The corporation is spending €630 million to build the 45,000 square foot building at its European regional headquarters in Limerick’s Raheen Business Park. With the addition of 600 new employment from … Read more

Huge boost for Galway as US firm announces up to 1,000 new jobs

Ireland received a major jobs boost after an American company announced it was creating 1,000 highly skilled jobs over the next five years. Dexcom, a manufacturer of medical devices, has announced plans to invest €300 million in the development of a new manufacturing facility in Co. Galway. The company produces technology for continuous glucose monitoring … Read more

Galway’s battery tech firm Xerotech to create 100 new jobs

In order to keep up with the rising demand for its technology, battery system manufacturer Xerotech wants to hire more than 100 more employees. All of the new posts will be filled by the end of the next year, according to the Galway-based company. Included in the positions are those in engineering, production, sales, marketing, … Read more

Irish packaging company to create 40 jobs at new Cork facility

Fast-growing Irish packaging company Zeus plans to create 40 jobs with the opening of a new logistics facility in Watergrasshill in Cork. The 70,000 square feet facility is on course to start operations in April. The new jobs, which will be created over the next 18 months, will be focused on logistics, distribution, commercial and … Read more

Lidl announces 700 new jobs in Ireland

Lidl is to create more than 700 brand-new jobs within its Irish operations this year in a variety of operational and office-based roles across its network of 176 store locations, three regional distribution centres, and Dublin head office. The new roles will bring Lidl’s total workforce in the Republic of Ireland to more than 6,000 … Read more

Aldi announces 360 new jobs across the country

Aldi has announced it will create 360 new jobs across the country and open six new stores this year ahead of the introduction of the €13.85 per hour Living Wage for its staff on minimum wage on 1 February. In addition, starting on February 1st, it will be the first supermarket in Ireland to implement the new Living … Read more

Lufthansa Technik to hire 25 aircraft mechanics at new Shannon facility

As it expands operations in Clare with the opening of a new manufacturing facility, a subsidiary of the Lufthansa Group will add 25 new jobs at its base in Shannon. Further job creation at the location is anticipated for later this year, according to Lufthansa Technik Turbine Shannon (LTTS). “We already doubled our productive headcount … Read more

US cybersecurity company to create 120 jobs in Dublin

US-based cybersecurity company Threatlocker announced that it will create 120 jobs by the end of the year at its office in Dublin. The company’s headquarters for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa will be in Blanchardstown. ThreatLocker had initially declared plans for the office in early 2021, anticipating that it would generate 50 jobs there. … Read more

Job creation ahead of target – 218,178 now employed by Enterprise Ireland client companies

The Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Simon Coveney, and Enterprise Ireland, the government agency responsible for developing Irish business globally, today announced the creation of 19,660 new jobs by Enterprise Ireland client companies in 2022. The job growth translates into a net increase of 10,841 jobs created last year. Enterprise Ireland companies now employ … Read more

Irish-owned energy company’s expansion to create 225 new jobs

A major expansion of its operations in Ireland has been announced by the Irish-owned company Hanley Energy, which has its European headquarters in Meath. The plans call for hiring 225 people, opening a new manufacturing facility in Monaghan, and expanding the company’s current location in Dundalk, County Louth. Along with highly skilled engineers in the … Read more