Posts from 2015-05-07

Tech company to create 100 jobs in Dublin

Intercom is to create 100 highly-skilled software engineering and design jobs in Dublin over the next 18 months.

The company is developing a personal messaging service for web and mobile businesses to allow their customers to interact with each other. The company has secured nearly 2,000 customers, including Yahoo, Rackspace and Visual.ly, since it began operating.

The company currently employs 47 staff, more than 30 of whom are working on engineering and developing the product in Dublin.

http://www.rte.ie/news/2014/0122/499429-intercom-jobs/

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Nom Nom Subs to open 10 stores and create 60 jobs

Food brand Nom Nom Subs has announced it is to create more than 60 new jobs as part of its franchise development further to opening its first store last December.

The new roles will be developed in franchise, marketing, store management, retail and production over the next 18 months with the opening of ten new stores nationwide. Ten jobs were created in the first store in Pearse Street train station in Dublin.

http://www.businessandleadership.com/small-business/item/44322-nom-nom-subs-to-open-10/

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30 new jobs available with FMI sales team for Electric Ireland contract

Sales Company FIELD MANAGEMENT IRELAND (FMI) has announced the creation of thirty new jobs, as part of its contract supporting Electric Ireland.

The positions are available immediately.

It is expected that approximatley 60% of the new recruits will be based in Dublin, with the remaining 40% spread across various locations around the country.

The new staff will be responsible for selling gas and electricity door-to-door to householders around the country.

http://www.careersportal.ie/news/news.php?Heading=30+new+jobs+available+with+FMI+sales+team+for+Electric+Ireland+contract&ID=20011402#.UuF30PvFJxA

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Subway to create 1,800 Irish jobs by 2020

Sandwich chain Subway is planning a major expansion of its business in Ireland and plans to create more than 1,800 jobs over the next six years with the opening of new outlets.

Subway plans to open 40 new shops in Ireland over the next year alone in an investment worth almost €5m. This will create up to 400 jobs.

The company aims to add more than 180 stores around the country by 2020. It opened 16 new stores in Ireland last year which brings its total in Ireland to 117.

http://www.rte.ie/news/business/2014/0121/499256-subway-jobs/

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Monaghan Mushrooms has announced the creation of 20 jobs for graduates

The company, which is Europe's biggest producer of mushrooms, operates in six countries and has a workforce of over 3,500, including 900 in Ireland.  

It first launched its one year graduate programme in 2011.It it has since developed it to become a two year programme which offers career progression to graduate employees across a range of sectors.

These include agricultural science, agribusiness management, distribution, data analysis, food, engineering, marketing and research and development.

http://www.rte.ie/news/business/2014/0120/499032-monaghan-mushrooms/

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US MULTINATIONAL TO CREATE 500 JOBS IN CORK

A multinational fire protection and security company is to establish a business services centre in Cork which is expected to create 500 over the next three years .

Tyco, the largest company of its kind in the world, closed its manufacturing facilities in the Republic five years ago with the loss of 500 jobs, but has committed to return with a new division of the business.

The new centre in Cork city is being designed to allow the company to improve efficiencies in some support functions including sourcing and procurement, customer service, research and development, information technology and finance.

http://www.irishtimes.com/business/sectors/manufacturing/us-multinational-to-create-500-jobs-in-cork-1.1669531

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BIOMARIN EXPAND WORKFORCE FROM 100 TO 140

BioMarin purchased the former Pfizer plant in Shanbally in Ringaskiddy in 2011 and announced that it planned to create some 100 jobs. Some 50 of these positions have already been filled, with recruitment continuing for the remaining 50 positions.

Today, BioMarin announced that it is to create a further 40 jobs to facilite the production of bulk pharmaceutical for its new drug Vimizin which will be used in the treatment of patients with a rare lysosomal storage disorder known as Morquio A Syndrome.

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20 new Centra stores create 400 new positions jobs

Convenience brand Centra is to add 20 new stores to its network this year, which will create around 400 new jobs. It made the announcement as it reported a 3.5pc increase in retail sales in 2013, to reach €1.48bn, underpinned by sales of its own-brand range, which climbed by 17pc.

There are now 465 Centra stores across Ireland employing a total of almost 10,000 people.

http://www.businessandleadership.com/business/item/44543-centra-to-add-20-new-stores/

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Cloud player ServiceSource aiming to hire 100 people in Dublin

Cloud player ServiceSource, a global leader in technology-based service revenue performance for the hi-tech, medical and life-sciences industries, says it plans to hire 100 people for its Dublin operation in the coming year.

The company originally announced plans to create 70 jobs in Dublin in 2010 but now it has 350 people in Dublin – 12pc of the company’s global workforce of 3,000 people – and it is now looking for a further 100 employees.

“This year we estimate we will hire about 100 people, to serve existing and new clients,” said Olivier Sabella, vice-president of Inside Sales EMEA at ServiceSource, ahead of the upcoming Career Zoo event in Dublin on 15 February.

http://www.siliconrepublic.com/careers/item/35673-cz-01-14/

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40 new jobs as pharmaceutical giant acquires vialling plant in Athlone

DOZENS OF NEW jobs have been announced this morning in Roscommon as a pharmaceutical giant looks to expand its operations in Ireland.

Alexion Pharma Ireland, a subsidiary of Alexion Pharmaceuticals, is due to purchase a vialling facility in Athlone, creating 40 new jobs.

http://businessetc.thejournal.ie/40-jobs-pharmaceutical-plant-vial-ida-roscommon-1296685-Feb2014/

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