CarTrawler creates 23 new jobs at Dublin office

Irish firm CarTrawler, the global car-rental marketplace, is looking to fill 23 vacancies this week at the World Travel Market in London, UK. The roles are for its office in Dublin City, and will include R&D, engineering and customer service positions.

The company has developed a technology platform to distribute car rental through multiple routes to market on a global basis. International partners include Virgin Australia, Emirates, Starwood Hotels, American Express, FlightCentre and Skyscanner.

French said the 23 positions will be in areas spanning revenue management, supplier relationship management, R&D, partner management, finance and legal affairs and customer service. 

The company is also on the lookout for bilingual speakers, especially French, German, Spanish and Russian speakers.

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Software firm Sentenial to create 110 jobs

Financial technology firm Sentenial today announced it will hire 110 staff as the company expands to meet demand for its payment technology. Sentenial is Europe's leading payments solution provider and implementation partner, helping banks and businesses prepare for the switch to the Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA) on 1st February 2014.

Sentenial already employs 160 staff, having added 100 people in the past 12 months, making it one of Ireland's fastest growing indigenous technology companies. The new roles will be filled by the end of 2014, with 30 to be advertised before Christmas.

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Energia to create 100 jobs as it enters residential market

Energia said today that it will create 100 new jobs within the next 12 months as part of its planned entry into the residential electricity and gas market.

Based in Dublin and Cork, the new jobs will be in the management, sales, marketing and operational areas of the business. Energia has already recruited 20 of the new positions as part of its residential market preparations.

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Online recruiter Indeed creating 100 jobs

ONLINE recruiter Indeed is creating 100 new jobs over the next year.

The Dublin-based company has already started recruiting for sales, client services, business development, marketing, finance and operations. Indeed has sites in more than 50 countries and 28 languages.

Indeed opened its first Dublin office in March last year and has a current workforce of 100. It plans to double that in the next 12 months.

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Irish carbon company creating jobs and lowering energy bills

ENERGY SERVICES COMPANY Crowley Carbon is to create 20 jobs in the near future as it continues to expand its operations in Wicklow.

The facility allows the company to monitor, control and alert clients to any event that is causing their equipment to consume more energy that should be required.

The service includes 24/7 monitoring by a team of engineers of 800 different energy-consuming points through a site.

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Cork engineering company to create 40 jobs

A Cork engineering company is to create 40 new jobs in its design and manufacturing divisions.

The jobs at Charleville engineering company BCD are the result of a new multi-million euro vaccine plant project in the Asian market.

The north Cork company currently employs 190 staff.

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125 new jobs with three companies for Dublin

THREE COMPANIES WILL create 125 new jobs in Dublin, according to announcements this morning.

Cloud computing firm Aditi Technologies is to establish its European Services and Business Development Centre in the capital, creating 40 jobs. The positions will be in consulting and engineering and the hiring process has been described as “gradual”.

Aditi focuses on how businesses can benefit from emerging trends in cloud, social media and mobile which impacts the way organisations operation and how workers interact with systems at home and at work.

Synowledge will set up its international headquarters in Dublin, creating 35 new positions. The Indian company specialises in the provision of drug safety and regulatory affairs services for the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device sectors.

Activities carried out will include business development for non-US markets, near shore servicing and IP management. The Irish operation will also carry out sales and marketing for the entire Synowledge product portfolio and will provide near-shore delivery of the company’s pharmacovigilance, regulatory and IT services to Europe.

Two former senior managers of the One4All gift card have set up a new customer engagement loyalty company. Value Nation is recruiting 50 people over the next year-and-a-half in Dublin 17.

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Deutsche Bank's expansion to create 700 jobs in Dublin

Deutsche Bank has announced that it will generate over 700 jobs in Dublin over the coming years. The German bank, which already employs over 300 people in Ireland, said it plans to significantly grow its operations in Dublin by moving to a new office at EastPoint Business Park. 

The bank, which has had operations in Ireland since 1991, said it aims to create a regional hub and centre of excellence in the city. Deutsche Bank will start recruiting for the new jobs next year. It plans to hire staff to work in trade finance, cash management and technical and operational roles. 

The company said the quality of Ireland's workforce was one of the main reasons it chose Dublin as its location.

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Due to the success of and, online publishing company Maximum Media has announced 25 new jobs in its Dublin 8 offices. The company is recruiting for 10 of the positions immediately, with the remaining 15 positions to come on stream within the next 12 to 18 months.

Maximum Media is hiring candidates to fill a range of new roles across journalism, client services, financial services, sales, marketing and administration.

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Software quality testing company, SQS, have announced they are to take control of a majority stake in Indian software specialist Thinksoft.  Thinksoft is a popular software quality specialist that is very popular among companies in the financial services sector.

There is good news on the job front from the SQS share purchase, as the company currently employs 200 people in Ireland.  The company announced an additional 75 jobs are to be created over the next three years following an expansion of its operations in Ireland.

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