Amazon gets go-ahead to build two new data centres in north Dublin despite objections

Amazon has secured planning permission for two new data centres in north Dublin despite objections from environmental groups. The groups are worried that the new centres will damage the environment and put further strain on energy supply. The idea has drawn criticism from the environmental groups Gluaiseacht and Not Here Not Anywhere. It’s estimated that between … Read more

Abbott to invest €440m, creating 1,000 jobs in Donegal and Kilkenny

Global healthcare giant Abbott has unveiled plans to create 1,000 jobs in Donegal and Kilkenny. in an investment worth €440m. Abbott has announced plans to construct a new greenfield manufacturing facility in Kilkenny, along with further investment in its Donegal Diabetes Care site. This 250,000 sq ft facility will be located at the IDA business … Read more

Dublin Bus is hiring Clerical Officers, Salary up to €23,626.93 per year

Dublin Bus is hiring clerical officers in all areas of the business. The largest public transport provider in Ireland is offering a starting salary of €23,626.93 per annum. They are looking for candidates with the following minimum requirements: Third-level qualification in any business area is desirable Good knowledge/experience of Microsoft Package (Word; Excel; PowerPoint) Ability to record, analyze … Read more

Charity retail platform Thriftify to create 20 jobs following €1.6m investment

Thriftify, the online platform for 98pc of Ireland’s charity shops, is planning to grow its business further after receiving a €1.6m investment. Themvar VC, along with angel investors including former River Island CEO Ben Lewis, joined the investment, which was sponsored by the Halo Business Angel Network Impact Syndicate. It follows ongoing growth in the … Read more

Fexco and Tekenable collaborate to create 75 jobs in Dublin and Kerry

Fexco and Tekenable, two Irish companies, have formed a strategic partnership to invest in new services and improve client digital experiences. The organisations will jointly invest in Salesforce cloud products and services as well as Microsoft Dynamics 365 products as part of the partnership. The goal is to improve the entire customer experience for their … Read more

Irish firm Macmarts creates 40 new jobs in Limerick

40 new jobs will be created in Limerick by Irish cloud applications software developer Macmarts over the next three years. The firm has relocated to a new office building in the National Technology Park, Co. Limerick, called Innovation House. The University of Limerick campus is fairly close to the facility. Product management, software engineering, sales, … Read more

Kaseya to create 250 jobs for its New Centre of Excellence in Dundalk

Global software firm Kaseya is set to create 250 new jobs after choosing Dundalk as the location of its new centre of excellence. The new positions at the new Dundalk location will be concentrated in inside sales, particularly new client acquisition, as well as engineering and technical support. A few opportunities in corporate services will … Read more

New €7 million R&D group at Siemens creates 25 new jobs in Shannon

Siemens Digital Industries Software is expanding its Shannon operations with the creation of a €7m software research and development group. The new division will concentrate on high-performance computing (HPC) for semiconductor design in the cloud. Over the following three years, Shannon is anticipated to add more than 25 R&D positions. Operating in Ireland since 1925, … Read more

Nua Healthcare creates 470 new jobs in Ireland

Nua Healthcare, a provider of services for people with mental illness and intellectual disabilities, plans to create 470 jobs nationwide. The company, which offers residential, supported living, day, and community outreach services to children and adults with a variety of complex requirements, said the additional positions are being created in response to a rise in … Read more

Adapt is hiring researchers for its smart city projects

As part of the Smart Dublin initiative, the Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) Adapt centre is working on two projects to create more inclusive, sustainable and citizen-focused services in Dublin. The Digital Twin and Smart D8 projects will explore how data can be used to address social and environmental issues. They will both be two years long … Read more

Financial services firm FinTrU creates 300 jobs in Donegal

Regulatory technology solutions provider FinTrU announced the creation of three hundred jobs in Co. Donegal over the next five years. The company, which has its headquarters in Belfast, plans to establish a European delivery centre in Letterkenny. The company, which specialises in KYC, compliance, legal, risk and control, and operations, designs technology-enabled solutions for investment … Read more

US firm creates 200 R&D roles at Galway as part of multi-million expansion

US-headquartered medical manufacturing equipment company Medtronic is expanding its R&D capabilities in Galway, hiring 200 new staff. Medtronic employees over 3,000 staff in the Galway city with plants in Mervue and Parkmore, and is set to get even bigger as it expands to 200 new employees for Research and Development roles. The new jobs are part of … Read more

US firm FileCloud create 50 new jobs in Limerick

Texas-headquartered software company FileCloud has selected Limerick as a base for its new R&D center, in a move that will create 50 new jobs. Limerick city will also be the location for the company’s EMEA headquarters, and it expects to fill these technical and commercial roles over the next two and a half years. “We are … Read more

Cork based automation company to create 40 new jobs

Cork-based company Douglas Control and Automation is planning to create 40 new jobs over the next two years. Once filled, the new positions will support the further growth of the company. Douglas Control and Automation provides automation, IT, and manufacturing execution systems to clients across a range of sectors, from manufacturing and utilities to the pharma, mining, … Read more

BearingPoint is expanding business in Dublin, creating 100 new jobs

Management and tech consultancy BearingPoint is planning to hire more than 100 new staff in Ireland over the next 18 months. Employing over 250 consultants in Ireland, BearingPoint has been enjoying double-digit growth in Ireland over the last three years, supporting many of Ireland’s largest organisations in the financial, digital services and public sector in particular. BearingPoint … Read more