Job seekers rejoice! Recently, hundreds of new jobs were announced across Ireland, with a plethora of opportunities on the way for Galway, Dublin, Laois, and more.
Although the COVID-19 pandemic has taken a nasty toll on employment worldwide, several leading companies continue to announce the rolling out of new jobs and are hiring across various sectors. While many businesses are already busy recruiting, some companies are planning to expand their in-house team.
Here’s a list of 6 companies hiring now for various roles throughout Ireland.
Galway-based medical implant manufacturer Aran Biomedical has announced the recruitment for 150 new jobs over the next three years. The Irish Medtech company will be hiring for new positions in engineering, production, quality, and supply chain management. Also, it plans to build a new state-of-the-art facility in An Spidéal, Connemara, which is expected to be completed by mid-2025.
London-based banking consulting firm Albany Beck is all set to launch an EU operations centre in Dublin. The international consultancy company will leverage the new site to scale its EU business. This move will boost capabilities and create 100 new jobs over the next three years. New hires will be across areas like AI, software engineering, machine learning, transaction management, software development, cloud services, and more.
Deloitte announces the creation of 300 new jobs to bolster its digital transformation consultancy. While the company plans to complete hiring for all roles within the next 12 months, one-third of the recruitment will commence immediately. New roles will span across cloud, digital, customer design, data analytics, systems engineering, and more. Currently, Deloitte employs over 3000 people in Ireland across various locations in Dublin, Cork, Galway, and Limerick.
Ireland’s leading managed IT services provider Nostra intends to roll out 120 new jobs, as part of its expansion. The new job opportunities will be coming up in cybersecurity, IT support, marketing, and sales over the next two years. While some of the roles will be remote, others will be hybrid, thus giving employees the flexibility to work from home or at one of Nostra’s offices in Galway, Dublin, or Laois.
Attractive opportunities are also on the way at reputable digital payments provider Wirex. The worldwide digital payment platform sets its sights on Dublin as its European headquarters. The company expects new roles to soon become available in business development, compliance, and customer support.
Lisburn-based digital transformation specialist Xperience will be recruiting IT and sales staff as part of its strong expansion plans. Investing more than £1.5m in a new IT service platform, Xperience will create 16 new IT and sales jobs in Northern Ireland. The company promises an average annual salary of more than £40,000.