Clear AV is to create 60 new jobs in Northern Ireland. The Lisburn firm installs technology at luxury hotels – mostly in London – and is currently working on around 45 different projects. These projects range in value from £10m to £100m in value, and clients include Claridge’s, the Hilton Hotel Group, W hotel and Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy. The new staff will triple the company’s workforce of 30. Read more
Enterprise, Trade and Investment Minister, Jonathan Bell has announced Hutchinson Group’s plans to create 80 new jobs at its Kilrea and Antrim sites as part of a £4.1million investment.
The plans, which are supported by Invest Northern Ireland, include recruiting additional skilled staff and purchasing new state of the art technology to allow Hutchinson to target new high value business in the automotive, aerospace and materials handling sectors. Read more
Software-based solutions company Numerix announces that 30 new jobs are being created in Dublin.
Numerix provides cross-asset analytics for derivatives valuations and risk management.
The firm is recruiting people who have experience in the following positions, financial engineering, financial analytics development, as well as professionals in legal and accounting. Read more
Brazilian e-learning company Affero Lab is setting up their European Headquarters in the capital.
Not only will their European operations centre be set up in Dublin, they’re creating 40 new positions too.
Affero Lab is the result of a merger of brazil’s two biggest companies in Corporate Education: Affero and LAB SSJ.
On the one side, Affero – with a unique portfolio and dozens of successful cases of technology solutions geared toward learning. Read more
Pharmaceutical company Alexion are creating 200 new jobs in West Dublin.
Alexion are investing €450 million to expand their facilities at College Park near Blanchardstown.
Alexion is a global biopharmaceutical company focused on developing and delivering life-transforming therapies for patients with severe and life-threatening rare diseases. Read more
Irish-based company Eishtec are creating 320 new customer service jobs in Craigavon, Co Armagh.
‘Eishtec is an outsourced contact centre providing tailored solutions to businesses,’ that focus on customer support.
During the next three years, they’ll be hiring up to 320 staff for a new centre opening in Northern Ireland. Read more
Following on from recent announcements that Ireland’s unemployment rate has fallen and its tax yield increased over the last three months, there was further positivity as 500 new jobs were created across three companies.
Ryanair has announced that it will generate up to 200 IT jobs in Dublin, specifically in the areas of technology, software development and digital marketing. Read more
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