DePuy to create 38 new jobs in Co Cork

Medical devices firm DePuy is to create 38 new jobs as part of an expansion of its facility in Ringaskiddy, Co Cork.

The company, which is a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson, said it had already begun hiring for the positions and is primarily looking for candidates at masters and PhD level. It is one of a number of companies in Ireland that is owned by Johnson & Johnson, which employs around 1,900 people here.

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Data flow specialist Axway is to create 15 software engineering jobs in Dublin, where it is expanding its R&D Centre of Excellence.  The Centre of Excellence will be Axway’s global hub for its API Gateway research and development.

APIs (application interface programming) are the DNA of the next generational shift in technology; cloud, mobile, social and the internet of things will all be built using APIs.

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FOREIGN exchange firm CurrencyFair is creating 30 jobs at its offices in Dublin. The jobs will be based at newly built offices in Ranelagh in Dublin, which the company launched today.

Candidates with a blend of coding and financial skills are being sought.

The company, which allows customers to exchange funds and transfer them overseas at what it said is a fraction of the cost of traditional banks or brokers, was founded in 2010.

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Many of the world's leading tech companies call Ireland home, providing a boost for the cash-strapped nation but huge employment opportunities are being missed as Ireland marks the end of its bailout on Sunday.

Google, Facebook, Twitter, Paypal and a host of other tech giants have set up in Ireland or increased their presence since Dublin turned to the EU and IMF for an 85-billion-euro ($115 billion) rescue programme in late 2010.

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New data analytics centre will create 300 jobs

The establishment of a new national data analytics research centre, Insight, will lead to the creation of 300 new jobs. The centre, which was formally launched this morning by Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton, opened in July of this year, and is working with companies to develop next generation data analytical and big data technologies.

Bringing together the resources of four universities - DCU, NUI Galway, UCC and UCD - the centre will be led by UCD’s Professor Barry Smyth and will receive funding of €38 million from Science Foundation Ireland.  Over 40 corporate partners, including HP, CiscoAvayaIntel, The Irish Times, Microsoft and IBM, will provide a further €30 million in funding.

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100 jobs created as new stores open at Jervis Shopping Centre

Jervis Shopping Centre, on the north side of Dublin city, said the new shops are open for Christmas shoppers.
The shops include Irish retailer Carraig Donn, fashion accessory store Parfois, Cherry Crystal which sells crystal jewellery, eateries Kay’s Kitchen and Waffely Good, and The Flower Factory.

The centre is already home to stores including Ireland’s only Forever 21, the world’s largest New Look, and the biggest Next outlet in the city centre.

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Glanbia to create 90 jobs in Monaghan, Dublin

Glanbia has announced plans to create 90 new jobs in Monaghan and Dublin. The dairy company is to build a new UHT facility in Monaghan, which will create long-life dairy products for export to Asia, Europe and the Middle East. 

The Monaghan facility is due to be operational early next year and will see up to 40 people employed there. Meanwhile, Glanbia's performance nutrition division is to establish its EMEA head office in Dublin, which will lead to the creation of 50 jobs.

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25 new jobs as Glen Dimplex

Irish consumer electrical goods firm Glen Dimplex is to invest €40m in the establishment of a new R&D group in Co Louth that will be focused on smart heating technologies of the future. The move will create 25 jobs.

Currently employing 50 R&D engineers, the number employed at the new facility will increase to 75 in the near term.  The facility will focus on developing world-leading renewable heating technologies for the utilities sector worldwide.

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Sláinte Healthcare to create 80 new jobs

Sláinte Healthcare has announced that it will create 80 new jobs in the coming year.The jobs will be in software engineering, testing, business analysis, client administration, finance and marketing.

Sláinte Healthcare was established in 2006. With headquarters in Sandyford, Dublin it was one of the first group of participants in the Health Innovation Hub, an initiative launched jointly by the Department of Health and Children and the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation.

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Logentries to create 20 new jobs in Dublin

UCD spinout Logentries is to create 20 new jobs in Dublin in the coming months. The company, which specialises in log data, currently services more than 10,000 users in 100 countries, and processes about 20 billion log events every day.

Logentries will be seeking to fill 20 open engineering positions in Dublin where, the company is looking for software developers, data scientists and engineers.

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