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NEW JOBS FOR AIRBNB IN DUBLIN

AIRBNB is to double staffing levels at its Dublin office to 200 people, the company announced today.

The company, which has listings in more than 34,000 cities, lets users rent out a couch, bedroom or house worldwide and charges a fee for each transaction.

Positions currently recruiting for are in its customer experience and hospitality teams based in Ringsend, Dublin.

 
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ALEXION TO CREATE 200 JOBS IN DUBLIN

Plans for the creation of up to 200 new jobs have been announced by pharmaceutical company Alexion.

The company is to expand its operations in Ireland following the acquisition of a new site in West Dublin with a €75m investment.

Alexion says the investment has the potential to create up to 200 new positions within the company, while a further 200 construction jobs will come on stream as a result of the expansion.

http://www.irishexaminer.com/breakingnews/ireland/pharmaceutical-firm-to-create-200-jobs-in-dublin-626833.html

 

 

 

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100 NEW JOBS FOR SHANNON AND DUBLIN

Pepper Asset Servicing has today announced that it plans to create 100 new positions over the next 12 months, with recruitment already underway for 50 roles.

Pepper is looking for experienced hires and graduates in areas such as mortgage arrears handling, customer services, real estate and legal.  The new positions are being recruited initially for Pepper’s office in Shannon, where the company has just invested a further €0.5m in the significant expansion of its premises.
 
The job growth follows several contracts secured by Pepper including with CarVal Investors, Danske Bank, the National Asset Management Agency (Nama), and other recent portfolio mandates. The new positions are expected to bring total employment numbers to 270 by year’s end, with 170 in Shannon and 100 in Dublin.

http://www.businessandleadership.com/business/item/45392-pepper-to-create-100-new/

 

 

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IRISH ECONOMY TO GROW FASTER THAN EXPECTED

The domestic economy is expected to grow slightly faster this year than initially forecast, the Central Bank has said.

In its second outlook for 2014, the institution said continued improvements in the unemployment figures were the clearest indication of a sustained recovery.

The Central Bank originally forecast the home-grown sector of the economy – businesses which keep profits in the country and is measured by gross national product – to grow by 2.2% this year and 2.5% in 2015.

But it has upgraded that to 2.7% and 2.6% respectively.

http://www.irishmirror.ie/news/irish-news/irish-economy-grow-faster-expected-3376211

 

 

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AGILE NETWORKS DOUBLING WORKFORCE TO 32

Irish-owned Agile Networks said today that it plans to double its workforce over the next 18 months, creating 16 new full-time jobs.

The company was set up with six employees in 2011 after a management buy-out. The company’s turnover in its first year was €2.3m and is expected to be €7m in 2014.

http://www.businessandleadership.com/small-business/item/45504-agile-networks-doubling/

 


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SURVEYMONKEY POISED TO OPEN DUBLIN OFFICE

SurveyMonkey, the online survey company which was valued in a fundraising last year at $1.35 billion (€974 million), is poised to open an office in Dublin.

The business, which is led byDavid Goldberg, husband of Facebook’s chief operating officerSheryl Sandberg, is expected to create 50 new positions initially.

Ms Sandberg was instrumental inFacebooksetting up its European headquarters in Dublin. The operation is now one of the country’s largest technology employers with more than 500 staff.

http://www.irishtimes.com/business/sectors/technology/surveymonkey-poised-to-open-dublin-office-1.1756493

 

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ELI LILLY SEEKS TO FILL 100 IRISH JOBS

Pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly has kicked off a recruitment campaign to fill 100 jobs in Ireland, investment promotion agency IDA Ireland has revealed.

Eli Lilly has four Irish operations, in Dublin, Cork, Sligo and Kinsale, Co Cork. Vacancies in Kinsale include scientific, engineering, and operations roles.

http://www.siliconrepublic.com/careers/item/36435-pharmaceutical-firm-eli/

 

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CONCENTRIX TO CREATE AROUND 1000 NEW JOBS IN BELFAST

US company Concentrix is to create around 1,000 new jobs in Belfast.

The company, which currently employs 800 people at three Belfast locations, is investing £36m.

The firm set up in Northern Ireland in 2011 after buying the locally-owned call centre Gem. The bulk of the firm's work is call centre operations.

http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-northern-ireland-26967071

 

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NORTHERN IRELAND'S RECORD JOBS GROWTH OUTSTRIPS UK

Employment at firms in Northern Ireland grew at the fastest rate in over a decade during March, a Bellwether business survey said today.

The Ulster Bank purchasing managers' index (PMI) said firms in Northern Ireland were now in their third quarter in a row of strong growth.

And hiring bore the strongest evidence of the robustness of the recovery – a finding reinforced in last week's announcement of 1,000 new jobs at call centre firm, Concentrix, in Belfast.

http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/business/news/northern-irelands-record-jobs-growth-outstrips-uk-30181755.html

 

 

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PHONEWATCH ANNOUNCES 230 NEW JOBS IN IRELAND

A home security company is creating 230 jobs by expanding its operations in the Republic of Ireland.

PhoneWatch currently employs 150 people in Ireland and is opening up officers in 12 regional centres, including Dublin and Cork.

The company offers 24-hour security monitoring to homes and businesses.

The new roles are in engineering, sales and in the operational areas of the business.

Recruitment for the new positions will begin immediately.

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-27133752

 

 

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