Hospitality company Airbnb is to establish its European headquarters in Dublin. It is understood that around 100 new jobs could be created as a result of the announcement.
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Business advisory firm Deloitte plans to recruit 200 graduates and also has 30 positions available for experienced professionals in Ireland.
The opportunities for graduates are available across a number of different disciplines including audit, tax, consulting, corporate finance and enterprise risk services and will be available in the Dublin, Cork and Limerick offices.
German firm SQS, which is listed on the London stock exchange and employs 200 people in Dublin and Belfast, is to create another 75 jobs as it expands its Irish operations.
The software quality specialist says 50 of the new positions will be based in Dublin and 25 in Belfast. It wants to recruit for 30 of those positions before the end of the year.
The new jobs are high end specialist roles and include software quality engineers, software testing managers, business analysts, performance engineers and software test analysts.
Irish family-owned company Burnside Eurocyl, which manufactures hydraulic cylinders, is to create up to 25 jobs as part of a €3.5m expansion of its manufacturing hub, supported by Enterprise Ireland. A number of the new jobs have been filled and the remainder will be filled over the next 18 months, bringing total employment at Burnside to 170.
National Pen, specialists in the marketing and manufacture of promotional products, has announced that it is to create 200 permanent jobs at its International HQ in Dundalk over the next 5 years. The new jobs will be created across the company in its sales, customer services, manufacturing, technical & administrative functions.
Stream Global Services Dublin have announced a major hiring drive in the Dublin area to fill more than 50 permanent and 200 seasonal positions for its facilities in Swords & Santry. Stream operates from these two facilities, which are among the company’s more than 55 contact centres worldwide. The new positions across the Dublin sites will focus on providing technical support solutions for one of Stream’s global clients – a leading name in video gaming systems.
Technology firm Dell will add 200 employees to its Irish workforce as the company opens its banking services arm in Dublin. That number is expected to grow to 300 as Dell Financial Services expands.
Dell will establish the EMEA headquarters of Dell Financial Services in Ireland, creating 200 jobs at its Dublin campus in the first phase of the project.
The company, which currently employs around 2,300 people at its campuses in Limerick and Dublin, has located a strategic global hub for operations, services and sales in Ireland, along with an EMEA solution centre and its first Cloud R&D centre.
Travel company TripAdvisor is to establish an engineering hub in Dublin, creating at least 50 jobs. The hub, which will work on new features for the company’s platforms, will be the largest TripAdvisor has created outside the US.
The company said it would initially fill 50 roles in web engineering in the short term, holding out the possibility that further jobs would come. The jobs will be created over the next year, and will be created at all levels, from graduates to more senior levels.
A HUNDRED FULL time jobs will come on stream next year with the creation of two new motorway service stations, it’s planned. The sites, on the M8 Dublin-Cork road and on the M9 between Dublin and Waterford, are being built by Topaz, which is investing €8 million in the project.
Two hundred people will be employed during the construction phase of both sites, according to Topaz, while 50 people will be employed full-time once the two stations are fully operational.
The site in Co Carlow will also include a quick serve restaurant, leading to the creation of an additional 50 jobs.
Eighty new jobs are to be created by Ernst & Young over the next 12 months at its offices across Ireland. As well as the 80 posts that will be filled by next year, the company said it is also offering more than 160 graduate positions for 2014, 40pc more than the firm offered in 2011.
The company hopes to fill half of the new positions before Christmas for its assurance (audit) practice. Among those it is interested in hiring are people who have emigrated in order to secure jobs.