TWENTY-five new jobs are being created by a facility management company in Loughrea, Co Galway. Neylon Maintenance is building a €1m software support centre in the east Galway town to facilitate the development and distribution of new software Flex FMS. Headquartered in Loughrea, Neylon Maintenance currently employs 276 people nationwide.

Neylon MaintenanceNeylon Maintenance has already started recruiting for the new positions and the plan is to grow the head count to a full complement of 25 people, with building work on the new centre due to start this week.

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Independent, family-owned Walsh Whiskey Distillery is to make a significant €25m expansion programme for its award winning, super premium and ultra premium Irish whiskey brands – The Irishman and Writers Tears.

The expansion will create a total of 55 permanent and part-time jobs in the Carlow area over five years, where the whiskies will be distilled, crafted and aged. The Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, through Enterprise Ireland, is supporting the project.

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500 job target set by Irish research centre.

A leading Irish research centre has put job creation at the top of its strategic plan along with the opening of spin-out companies and attracting non-exchequer research funding.

The institute hopes to create at least 500 jobs over the five years covered by its new strategic plan which covers 2013 through 2018. It has also set a target of attracting €20 million in non-State research support each year during the life of the plan.

Tyndall specialises in research into information and computer technology, particularly the development of new materials and advanced electronics. It plans to expand this remit by joining with other sectors including agriculture, health, medical devices and other areas to bring the “smart” technology inherent in ICT to others that can benefit from it, said its chief executive officer Dr Kieran Drain ahead of the launch in Dublin.

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Randox Laboratories to create 30 jobs in Donegal

Randox Laboratories, the Northern Ireland-headquartered, clinical diagnostics company, is to create 30 new production jobs at its Donegal subsidiary Randox Teoranta after securing an €8 million deal with a healthcare company in Mexico.

The trade agreement between Randox Teoranta and Central de Diagnostica e Industria, will be signed today at the Palacio Nacional, the headquarters of Mexico’s executive government, and will be witnessed by the Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto and President Michael D Higgins. Randox established its Donegal manufacturing and research facility, which produces the company’s clinical chemistry analysers and biochip technology, in Dungloe in 2008.

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Byrne Looby Partners to create 50 jobs in Ireland and abroad

Irish-headquartered international consulting engineering practice Byrne Looby Partners is to create 50 jobs at its offices in Ireland and abroad to service its international customers.

The new jobs, which are part of Byrne Looby Partners’ growth strategy, include 25 jobs in Dublin, Galway, Cork and Belfast, and 25 roles at the company’s international offices in the UK, North Africa and the Middle East.

Byrne Looby Partners has begun recruiting for engineers, project managers and business development and support staff, and aims to have the jobs filled over the next 18 months

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Willows Consulting creating 10 jobs in Dublin

Dublin IT service provider Willows Consulting is recruiting 10 new staff as it expands its e-commerce offering.

Based on the Malahide Road, Dublin 17, Willows Consulting specialises in online payments integration and e-commerce solutions that allow wholesalers to receive orders after hours.

Most of the new full-time positions are technical IT positions, with a number of clerical and back office roles also on offer. Managing director Sean Owens said three had already been filled and the rest would be filled by the end of the year.

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Argos is to create a further 175 part-time jobs in Ireland to cover increased demand over the forthcoming festive season.

The jobs will cover all of the catalogue and online retailer’s 40 Irish stores, with new team members receiving staff discounts of 10%. All positions will be just for the Christmas retail season. We are looking for people who are customer focused, passionate and enthusiastic to join our teams,” said Andy McClelland, Argos’s national operations manager.

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Customer contact centre Eishtec has announced the creation of 250 new jobs by the middle of 2014, adding to its current workforce of 700 people.

Eishtec was founded by Colm Tracey, Brian Barry and Heather Reynolds after the closure in Waterford of Talk Talk. The company started trading in May 2011 with nine employees.

Today’s announcement comes on the back of the company winning a new contract to provide smart phone technical support in the UK for T-Mobile. Recruitment has already started for the jobs, which will be located at Eishtec’s Waterford and Wexford sites.

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Science company to create 24 jobs

AN IRISH SPORTS science company has announced that it is to create 24 new jobs after it successfully raised €475,000 in a combination of private investment and matched funding from the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation through Enterprise Ireland’s iHPSU fund.

The jobs will be created over the next three years, as Kitman Labs expands their operations into the UK market.

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KPMG to create 330 new jobs

Accountancy and consultancy firm KPMG is to create 330 new jobs. The firm is looking to fill roles in the areas of audit, tax and advisory and plans to make the appointments through 2014.

The company said it was looking to fill a range of 60 senior and 270 graduate trainee positions in Dublin, Belfast, Cork and Galway. The 60 senior positions will be at managerial and senior managerial level across the firm.

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