Three Ireland creates 175 new jobs at Limerick customer centre

Three Ireland announced a strong expansion of its operations at its Limerick customer experience centre, with the creation of 175 new jobs over the next 4 years as the Irish office begins to export services to Three UK business customers for the first time. The 175 new jobs will include both full-time and part-time positions … Read more

Leading IT firm Avanade Ireland creates 200 new jobs to facilitate tech growth

Seattle-headquartered IT services and consulting company Avanade plans to create up to 200 new jobs as the Microsoft solutions provider continues to see increasing demand for digital transformation technologies. Avanade provides digital, cloud, and advisory services to clients across the Microsoft ecosystem. The company was founded by Accenture and Microsoft as a joint venture in … Read more

Irish no-code software company FlowForma raises €4m in funding, hiring 70 new staff

Dublin-based business management software company FlowForma plans to create 70 new jobs over the next three years. The company has raised €4 million as it aims to build on its success in the “no-code” software market, creating 70 jobs in the next three years and focusing on growing the US market. FlowForma provides enterprises with … Read more

Dublin-based IT services provider HCS hiring for 30 new jobs

IT service provider HCS is investing €3.2m in growing the business over the next three years. HCS, which has a base in Dublin alongside its Waterford HQ, will open a new office in Cork as part of this expansion. The IT, cybersecurity, and telecom services provider plans to double its workforce with this investment, creating 30 … Read more

VMware to expand with 205 new jobs in Dublin

Cloud services giant VMware is expanding its presence in Dublin, with plans to create 205 new tech jobs by 2025. Cloud services giant VMware is expanding its presence in Dublin with a commitment to recruit 205 new jobs by 2025. To drive further global innovation around its multi-cloud platform and the way businesses consume cloud services, … Read more

Increasing female labour force would reduce poverty, ESRI study

A new ESRI study commissioned by the Department of Social Protection explores how the national consistent poverty target of 2 per cent by 2025 could be achieved. The research estimates that increasing labour market participation of women could decrease the risk-of-poverty (AROP) rate by 2.9 percentage points while activating jobless households could decrease the risk-of-poverty … Read more

Hiring software Tester in Dublin

Search Talent is delighted to partner with a multinational firm who are leading the way in innovation in the information technology sector. You will work on some of the most important and rewarding projects in the IT sector, helping healthcare organisations increase their productivity. In the Role as a Software Tester, you will work closely … Read more

Over 300 jobs announced for major summer recruitment drive

Excel Recruitment has announced over 300 jobs as part of a recruitment drive to work at events taking place this summer. Excel Recruitment said that Dublin will host the bulk of the events, while they are looking to fill positions all over the country. The events will be held at locations right across the country, … Read more

Food manufacturing factory hiring for various positions in Drogheda

Due to business expansion, a Food manufacturing company is looking for various positions in Drogheda. They seek professionals for Machine Operators, General operatives, Lines Supervisors, and Packaging and Production Staff Applicants must have an EU passport or a current working permit with Ireland. Direct contract with an Irish employer, shift work, full time (40-48 hours … Read more

Are you a freelancer; Testilo is hiring Testers

Testlio is hiring freelance software testers based in Ireland to test a new eCom website.  Put your excellent functional testing skills into use by joining Testlio’s global network of freelancers. The hourly pay rate for this project is $20/h and payments are made weekly via PayPal or Payoneer. For more info:

Defence Forces launches major campaign ‘Be More’ seeking 3,000 new recruits

The Minister for Defence, Simon Coveney and the Chief of Staff of the Irish Defence Forces, Lieutenant General Seán Clancy, launched the new recruitment campaign, Be More with the Irish Defence Forces. The ‘Be More’ campaign aims to recruit 1,000 people in the short term, bringing the Defence Forces up to their minimum required strength … Read more

US medical device maker Biomerics to create 40 jobs at Galway

US medical device manufacturer Biomerics has announced the opening of a new facility in Galway, with plans to create 40 jobs over the next five years. The new 2,000 sq ft site is Biomerics’ first facility in Europe and the second facility outside of the US after Costa Rica. The new base will focus on the development … Read more