Ryanair have listed two vacancies for their Dublin offices:
A Systems Engineer and a Senior Web Developer
It’s always good to see Irish companies expanding and hiring ?
IDG Connect have announced plans to create over 100 jobs in Dublin. The company has already hired over 60 staff for its new Dublin base.
- Online retailer Amazon to create 100 Dublin jobs (newstalk.ie)
- Twitter Hiring For Dublin (technicaljobs.ie)
- 60 new jobs for Carlow and Dublin (newstalk.ie)
- Amazon.com to create over 100 new technology jobs in Dublin (nextlevelofnews.com)
- 300 new jobs to be created at Dublin complex (newstalk.ie)
- Realex Payments Hiring In Dublin (technicaljobs.ie)
According to reports this morning Amazon is planning on hiring an extra 100 staff for its Dublin operations.
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According to reports this morning CashIQ, which is a business search engine, will be creating 45 jobs in Dublin over the next 3 years.
Cisco have announced that they’ll be creating over 100 new jobs in research and development in Galway
Full story here
Apple announced on Friday that they would be making a significant expansion in Cork city and would be hiring an additional 500 staff.
The company already employs 2800 people in Cork, where it has been for the last 30 years.
As part of the expansion Apple is planning on building a new office block at their Holyhill base.
Even without this announcement it looks like the company has been advertising positions in Cork. A cursory glance at their current job listings shows over 100 available positions!
Irish hosting provider, Blacknight, are expanding in Carlow.
They issued this release earlier today (Disclosure – I am one of the company founders and shareholders):
Irish registrar and hosting company continues to grow despite economic downturn
Blacknight is growing despite one of the toughest economic downturns on record.
At a time when many companies are laying off staff and shuttering offices, Blacknight, the leading Irish hosting company and domain registrar are experiencing a growth spurt and are hiring staff.
Blacknight have posted available positions for a Senior Linux (UNIX) Systems Engineer, A Junior Software Engineer/ Developer and a Software Engineer. These positions will work closely with the rest of the Blacknight team developing new products and services as well as maintaining those currently offered for use by an International clientele.
Blacknight has remained relatively untouched by the roller coaster ride of economic troubles that have plagued Europe, and continue to add staff members to meet the steadily increasing customer demand. A long time leader in domain and hosting innovation, Blacknight is now an excellent model for growing a tech company in a harsh economic climate.
Michele Neylon of Blacknight attributes this growth to the delivery of quality services. Neylon explains: “We are very good at what we do and our customers are our top priority. While other companies focus on the bottom line, we are constantly creating new products and fine tuning those currently available to provide an optimal experience for our users. That focus is reflected in our current success.”
The award winning Irish company plans to continue to expand even more in the near future. Neylon continues: “We’re hiring for three roles now, but we’ll probably be hiring for several more in the coming months. I physically don’t have space for all the staff I’d like to have.”
Blacknight will announce additional available positions in the near future.
Apply today to grow with one of Europe’s leading technology companies. Visit https://technicaljobs.ie/author/blacknight/ to view the open Blacknight jobs postings.
- Software Engineer (technicaljobs.ie)
- Junior Software Engineer / Developer (technicaljobs.ie)
- Senior Linux (unix) Systems Engineer (technicaljobs.ie)
- Wanted : Software Engineers / Developers (blacknight.com)
Irish online payment provider Realex Payments are hiring for multiple roles in their Dublin offices.
The company is currently listing 8 posts for their Irish offices. The current job vacancies include:
- Product management
- customer support
- Office systems admin
- Platform architect
- Twitter Hiring For Dublin (technicaljobs.ie)
While Facebook might be garnering a lot of PR over the last week with its announced acquisition of Instagram for $1 billion, Twitter is still hiring for its Dublin offices.
A quick glance at the social network’s vacancies section shows that they’re hiring for a variety of positions for the EU market. Current jobs include:
- Sales for Netherlands, Spain and UK & Ireland
- Public policy manager
- User safety
The total number of ads is currently showing at 18, though some of them will be for multiple positions ie viagra officiel prix. they’re obviously planning on building up a sales team in Dublin, so there’ll be more than one sales person ?
(Via The Sociable)
- Twitter’s Dublin office & self-service ads platform take a step closer (sociable.co)
- Twitter Teatime – Dublin (web2ireland.org)
I’m a strong believer in using social media, so this site is very “connected”
There are multiple RSS feeds available
Of course you can grab everything from a single feed, but that’s up to you.
We’re also on Twitter and Facebook and jobs get cross-posted automatically to Irish Webmaster Forum’s jobs section.