A newly established international finance company has announced that it is to set up its global headquarters in Dublin with the creation of 100 jobs. Aztec Money specialises in linking investors to SMEs and bigger companies to provide instant cash flow. The company already employs 30 people in Dublin. The 100 new jobs will be multilingual positions in the areas of data processing, marketing, sales and IT.
Capita doubles Irish workforce in 800 jobs boost.
Computer Company Hewlett-Packard has said it is creating 100 jobs at its operation in Co Galway.
The positions are research and development roles in the company's cloud computing division.
The facility at Ballybrit in the city is currently under construction and is due to be completed next year.
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100 new jobs are being created at an online business firm in the capital.
Yelp has chosen Dublin for its new European Headquarters.
Yelp is set to begin hiring immediately for roles in sales, finance and engineering.
Dublin-based mobile IT integrator CWSI is to create 10 new jobs at a new operation in Sandyford, Dublin. The company has grown steadily over the last two years and has expanded into the UK market.
CWSI enables businesses and mobile users to embrace mobile working by providing access to core business information and applications while on the move.
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Four hundred new jobs are to be created in Cork at a call centre for Irish Water. The staff will be hired as hundreds of thousands of water meters are installed in homes across the country. The first hundred workers will be hired in July, with 300 more to be taken in the months ahead.
Cloud computing company Salesforce. com has opened a new operations centre in Dublin with the creation of a 100 new jobs.
The US firm plans to hire people in the areas of sales, marketing, IT and customer support. The company, which already employs 500 staff here, said it hoped to fill the new roles by the end of the year.
US biopharma manufacturer Alexion Pharmaceuticals is to establish a global supply chain facility in Dublin, creating 50 new jobs.
The company has already begun recruiting for a range of positions in quality assurance, quality control, logistics and supply chain functions for its new offices and laboratory.
Up to 1,600 new construction jobs are expected to be announced by the new company tasked with collecting water charges today.
The Irish Independent reports that 25% of the new jobs will be reserved for those on the Live Register and will last around three years.
It comes just days after Irish Water announced up to 240 jobs will be created at eight regional offices around the country, while another 400 positions are being rolled out in Abtran call centre in Cork, which will process applications and customer queries in relation to Irish Water's operations.