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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Adroll to create 100 jobs at new European HQ in Dublin

AdRoll has announced that it is setting up its European headquarters in Dublin, creating 100 jobs in its first 12 months and what it described as "ambitious plans for further staff growth".

The company, which provides a retargeting platform for advertisers, said its move to Europe is driven by strong annual growth of over 600pc in this market in 2013.

The Dublin operation will be responsible for sales, account management, marketing, HR, and finance across a number of languages and countries. The company opened its Irish office in August and has so far taken on 15 people.

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More 200 new jobs in Dublin, Cork and Limerick

More than 200 jobs are to be created in Ireland in software development, online security, internet and digital media as nine North American and European based firms expand their businesses.

The jobs, which will be located in Dublin, Cork and Limerick are in high growth firms.

  • (50) Nitro, a (30) EtQ, (30) StorageCraft, (30) Zendesk, (30) Clio, (25) Pearl Street Enterprises, (25) Minds and Machines, (15) AerData.

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45 new software engineering jobs will be created in Dublin over the next two years

US based online shopping website Gilt said today that they will be increasing their investment in Irish operations and intend on creating a new Platform Innovation Centre in Dublin. The company first established and Irish base in 2011 and currently employ more than 150 people in Dublin and Limerick.

The project is being  supported by the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation through IDA Ireland CEO of Gilt Michelle Peluso explained: “Our Irish technology team has been instrumental in further developing Gilt’s core ecommerce platform, bringing a combination of engineering discipline, innovation and a passion for quality that is rare.

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Ryanair’s three new services from Knock Airport to support 80 jobs

Budget airline Ryanair has announced another batch of new routes out of the west of Ireland on the back of the travel tax being scrapped.

The carrier will run three new services from Knock — to Eindhoven in Holland, Glasgow-Prestwick in Scotland, and Kaunas in Lithuania — from April. Ryanair has also committed to increase frequencies on its London route. Ryanair claimed it will support 80 jobs following its announcement at Knock Airport, part of its aim to carry an additional 1m people at Irish airports in a direct response to the Government lifting the €3 travel tax from April. Ryanair has already made announcements for eight new routes out of Shannon and plans other investments for Cork, Dublin, and Kerry in the coming weeks.

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