More than 130 new permanent jobs are being announced, as well as 60 temporary ones.
Twenty six jobs for Ireland were announced during the trade and investment mission to Australia, which concluded over the weekend.
Technologist with a concept for a game changing startup? Researcher with ideas for productising your research? Professional with thoughts on how to disrupt your industry? If so, come along to this taster workshop, run by NDRC and the UCD Innovation Academy.
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The Innovation Academy at UCD can help you to transform your career with their PostGrad certificate in Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Enterprise – www.innovators.ie
NDRC invests in early stage innovative startups through their two investment programmes: NDRC LaunchPad and NDRC VentureLab – www.ndrc.ie
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Troubled construction multinational Royal DutchBamhas ruled out a sale of its Irish arm as part of a group-wide cost-cutting drive intended
to save €100 million.
By The Irish Time
French financial software company Sidetrade is to create 90 new jobs in Dublin at a new Shared Services Centre in the city.
The 90 jobs will mostly encompass accounting and financial professionals, marketing and lead generation teams, and customer support personnel in a number of languages to serve companies throughout the EMEA.
By Silicon Republic
IBM is to create 50 jobs in Dublin as part of a new €20 million investment, it was confirmed on Friday.
The Centre is IBM’s largest multi-language client engagement centre worldwide. It brings together a specialist IT salesforce working in 19 languages and is a focal point for clients in 21 countries across Europe.
By THE IRISH TIME
Leading high street retailer Argos is looking for 500 seasonal workers across the Republic of Ireland to join existing store teams in the run up to the peak Christmas shopping season.
The retailer intends to recruit 150 staff for Dublin, 60 in Cork and another 50 staff in Limerick.
Contracts for the customer advisor roles are for part-time positions until the end of the Christmas period.
A new TK Maxx store set to open today will provide a boost of 75 jobs.
The new shop, in Dundrum Town Centre, is TK Maxx's 19th store in Ireland and its sixth in Dublin.
By IRISH MIRROR
Twenty jobs will be created with the establishment of the centre. The expansion is being supported by IDA Ireland.
AIG said the new centre will form part of the already established Dublin Investment Centre, which provides investment administration services to AIG's operations around the world.