Topaz has today announced that it will be creating a total of 230 jobs in conjunction with McDonald's.
Microsoft have announced plans to hire 600 people at its Irish operations.
14th February 2017– Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Mary Mitchell O’Connor TD today announced that BrowserStack, the industry-leading mobile and web testing platform, has operationalized its state-of-the-art real device Mobile Data Center in Dublin.
An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, TD, joins Accenture Chairman & CEO Pierre Nanterme for official opening of The Dock
Hundreds of new jobs have been announced across the country this morning.
A €20 million office development at Camden Place will provide 150 construction jobs with up to 500 jobs coming on-stream in Cork city centre on completion.
So you have been forced into the office secret santa again, you've never even spoken to Janice from accounts and all of sudden you have to buy a Xmas present for her.
Ortec Inc., a leading biomaterial and polymer technology company serving the life sciences industry, today announced it is to establish a European Headquarters, Manufacturing and Operations Centre in Newcastle West, Co. Limerick, creating up to 110 skilled engineering and science jobs in the region over the next several years once the plant is operational.
Supermarket Lidl is to hire 600 staff over the next two years following major growth in its share of the Irish market.
Core HR says recruitment for the new positions is underway
Number of professionals seeking jobs fell by 4% compared to the previous month
An Irish recruitment company is to create 150 new jobs in Dublin, Cork, Galway and Kerry.
100 new jobs are to be created in Ireland's first-ever accountancy apprenticeship programme after demand for the skill increased by 66% last year.
EY is creating 270 new jobs.The professional services company is opening a second office in Dublin and a new operation in Galway.
Amazon today announces the creation of 500 new jobs in Ireland. The highly-skilled roles include data centre technicians, software engineers and customer support staff among others, to be hired over the next two years at a number of Dublin facilities.
An Irish software firm has announced it is to create 100 new jobs over the next year.Intercom, based in Dublin and San Francisco, provides a customer communication platform for internet businesses.
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Eventbrite has pledged to create around 15 new jobs in Cork.The company - a self-service ticketing and registration platform - plans to hireup to 15 full-time customer support staffand said it could grow to up to 50 employees over the next three years.
MSD is to create 200 new jobs in Carlow, Cork and Tipperary.
As many as 600 new jobs are to be created across the country following four separate announcements.
One hundred and thirty new jobs are being created in Cork in a customer service centre for Sky.The contract has been awarded to Abtran.
A major bank is to create about 100 jobs this year as it opens a new trading floor in the International Financial Services Centre, Dublin.
100 new jobs are being created at Equifax in Dublin.The IT company, which organises data on consumers and businesses, is opening a new centre on Sir JohnRogersonsQuay.
Two thousand construction jobs will be created and it is expected around 150 jobs will be announced on a long-term basis once the centre is operational by the start of 2018 at the latest.
1,245 new jobs have been announced at four separate companies this morning.Some800 positionsare being created at Nua Healthcare over the next three years.
Today is apparently the most depressing day of the year.Research has found more than a quarter of people will be feeling down in the dumps on so-called "Blue Monday".
Cloud computing giant Oracle is to hire 450 staff in Dublin.The investment is part of the company’s international recruitment to find 1,400 sales people to drive its growth in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
The average salary will go up by 10% this year according to a new report.
One hundred jobs have been officially launched in Limerick at Dutch app taxi firm Uber.
Salaries are expected to increase by more than 2% next year, according to an economic survey.
We’re well and truly into Christmas party season now, and, as this new survey fromRecruitIreland.comhighlights, workers across Ireland are facing the usual festive dilemmas. To go or not to go? What to wear? And how to avoid making a fool of myself in front of the boss?
Some 14,000 jobs are likely to be created by the Irish-based divisions of US multinational companies over the next two years, the sector’s chief representative body has forecast.
Cork company Newsweaver is to significantly increase the size of its headquarters in the Airport Business Park adding 60 new jobs over the next two years.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny will today announce 400 new jobs at Voxpro in Cork.
Chinese tech company Huawei is to create more than 50 jobs at a new Research and Development centre.This will bring the number of R&D personnelin Ireland to 120.
Apple is to create 1,000 new jobs at its European headquarters on thenorthsideof Cork city.
A cloud computing company is to create 200 jobs at its Dublin operations.Workday, which devises systems for finance and human resources, has opened its new European headquarters in the city with plans to take on the new staff over the next three years.
CANADIANsoftware company, OpenText, will create 100 highly skilled jobs at its new global customer support centre, which opened in Cork yesterday.
A hundred new jobs have been announced at Three mobile's customer care centre in Limerick.
Realex Payments, the European payment services provider acquired by Global Paymentsin March of this year, today announced the creation of50 new jobsin its offices on Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, in the heart of Silicon Docks.
The ongoing debate as to whether a woman can really ‘have it all’ has been pushed to the forefront again with the results of a new survey from RecruitIreland.com in association with MummyPages.ie, which confirms the difficulties faced by mums trying to balance home and working life.
Some 450 jobs are being created with an expansion by accountancy and consultancy giant Deloitte and new research positions at a pharma firm.
Up to 300 new jobs are being created in Cashel in Co Tipperary.
Vodafone Ireland is to establish a new European sales centre located in Carrickmines in Dublin.Vodafone, Ireland’s leading total communications provider, will invest €60 million in the centre which will result in the creation of 200 permanent jobs.
Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton TDtoday announced thatShopify, a leading cloud-based commerce platform designed for small and medium-sized businesses to design, set up and manage their stores across multiple sales channels, is to establish customer service operations in Ireland. Shopify is looking to hire up to 50 people by early 2016.
Expansion will bring 100 new jobs to Dublin over the next two years
Alexion Pharmaceuticals today announced plans to significantly expand its operations in Ireland by constructing theCompany’s first ever biologics manufacturing facility outside the United States.
The Minister for Jobs,Enterpriseand Innovation Richard Bruton TD today announced that Bausch+ Lomb, a leading global eye health company, plans to invest €75M in extra manufacturing capacity at its Waterford facility, which is expected to generate125 additional jobs by the end of 2017
100 NEW highly skilled engineering jobs to be created at the Dell Limerick Campus – building on 60 Commerce R&D roles created in Dublin in October
IBEC is forecasting strong growth in the Irish economy this year.The employers group says it expects GDP to be 5.4%, up from its previous estimate of 4.8% at the end of last year.It also says employment will fall below 9% in 2015.
International Financial Data Services(IFDS), aleading global provider of outsourced administration and technology solutions to the collective investment, retirement, insurance and platform markets, is recruiting for over 75 jobs in Ireland.
NearForm, which was set up three years ago, is opening new headquarters in Tramore.
One of the world’s leading medical technology companies is expected to announce the creation of hundreds of jobs with a multi-million euro investment in a new global centre of excellence in Co Cork.
DocuSign is set to open a new European Hub in Dublin.The company will create 100 jobs over the next number of years, with recruitment already underway.
A data protection firm has announced 60 jobs for Galway.
Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton T.D., today announced thatMalwarebytes,the company founded to protect people and businesses from next-generation cyberthreats, has chosenCork as the site for its EMEA HQ, creating50 new jobs over 3 years.
Over the next three years, LexisNexis plans to add approximately 70 new jobs in Dublin
Northern Trust is to expand its operations in Limerick by creating up to 300 new jobs over the next three years. The expansion is supported by the Department of Jobs through IDA Ireland.
A deal with the grocery industry means that more than 1,000 welfare recipients will be offered workplace tips from the bosses of brands like Coca-Cola and Kellogg's.
Apple has announced that it is to build a data centre in Athenry, Co Galway.
The ESB is recruiting 300 apprentices over the next five years, as part of a €40m investment in the utility's training and development programme.
1,500 new jobs are expected to come on stream over the next three years at over 100start upcompanies.
The Small firms Association says that last year more than four million days were lost to sickness.
Collins McNicholas Recruitment & HR Services Cork recently hosted an Employment Law Breakfast Seminar with Purdy FitzGerald Solicitors in the Maryborough House Hotel.
The Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton has admitted that some regions "need to do better" when it comes to employment growth.
Twenty jobs are being created by iConnect, it has been announced.
Voxprois to create 43 jobs at its multi-lingual support centre in Cork, it was announced today.
80% of women feel Irish men are less romantic than their foreign counterparts as TLC tops thewishlistthis Valentines day in a survey carried out by IrishjobsiteRecruitIreland.com.
A Newbridge company has confirmed plans to double staff to 100 this year.
Eighty-one new jobs have been announced for County Cavan.
150 new jobs have been announced in the east and west of the country this morning.
Ireland's unemployment rate fell slightly again in January.
Eircom has launched apprentice and graduate programmes aimed at hiring 375 people.
Accenture is set to hire around 250 people into its workforce in Ireland by September this year.
Richard Bruton TD, Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, today announced that theviagogoGroup, which operates www.viagogo.com, the world’s largest ticket marketplace, intends to double its workforce in Ireland over the next three years, taking it from 100 to over 200 employees.
200 new jobs are being created at financial services company Acorn Life.
In December 2014,Matrix Recruitmentsurveyed over 600 candidates across Ireland over a wide range of position types and industries to determine salary expectations for 2015.
American Data centre and server specialist firm AMAX is creating 100 jobs at its European manufacturing facility at Western Business Park in Shannon.
Zimmer, a worldwide leader in musculoskeletal health care, will create up to250 new manufacturing jobsover the next 5 years, at its facility in Oranmore, Co Galway.
US CompanyABEC Inc. today announced plans to expand its global operations at the former FCI facility site in Fermoy, Co. Cork.
IDA Ireland, the Irish Government agency responsible for attracting foreign direct investment, has reported the creation of 15,012 new jobs by IDA client companies during 2014.
More than half of all Irish companies plan to pay their employees more in 2015.
Over the past year the economy has been experiencing a reasonably solid economic recovery.
Ireland is looking forward to an average increase in demand for high-level ICT skills of around 5% a year out to 2018, with the employment of IT professionals anticipated to rise to just over 91,000, according to a Brightwater Recruitment survey.
RecruitIreland.com’s statistics from January 1 to November 31, 2014, make for upbeat and optimistic jobs news.
“We are seeing requirements across all sectors including medical device, pharmaceutical, finance, food production and electronics sectors for qualified IT graduates,” says CareerWise Recruitment director, Ken Murphy.
All indications are that 2015 will be a good year for the recruitment sector in Ireland. There is an air of confidence in the sector the like of which has not been seen for many years.
Set within the historic grounds of a renovated gun powdered mills just metres from the buzzing village vibe of downtown Ballincollig, at first sight it’s hard to believe that you’ve arrived at one of the world’s biggest software multi-nationals. VMware Cork: a working utopia?
The figures are stark and are about all you need to know if wondering whether or not pursuing a college or university course is worth the effort and time in the long run: there’s a 90% better chance of getting a job with a college qualification than without.
The jobless rate has inched below the 11% for the first time since 2009 and more significantly, the numbers at work are up 27,700 in the year to March.
Family businesses are the solid base upon which the Irish economy stands.
Some of the professions which flourished along with their work during the long-lamented boom years were all but wiped out post-2008 and those working in such fields were often forced to turn to other lines of business or else leave the country altogether as the latest great wave of emigration took hold.
A total of 80 new jobs are to be created as a result ofan €8.2minvestment at the Musgrave Retail Partners Ireland depot in Fonthill, Dublin, the company has announced.
More than 130 jobs are being announced this morning in Cork and Dublin. Ninety jobs are being created in three companies in Cork Harbour.
There has been a surge in the number of professional jobs available in just the last six months according to theNovember 2014 Morgan McKinley Ireland Employment Monitor.
Leading international health and life insurer,Allianz Worldwide Care, has announced it is to create 100 new positions in Dublin and move into a number of newly purchased offices in Park West Business Campus, Dublin 12
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Discount retailerDealzis creating 80 new jobs across three new stores.
Carphone Warehouse has today announceda €6minvestment in a new data centre to power its own mobile operator, which will launch in July 2015.
Minister Bruton today announced thatCalypso Technology, a leading provider of capital markets software solutions, is to establish a Managed Services Centre in Dublin with plans to create up to 150 skilled roles.
The Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton TD today announced thatInformation Technology Shared Services, a Division ofJohnson & Johnson Services, Inc., plans to create up to100 new jobsthrough the creation ofaDevelopmentCentreat the National Technology Park, Plassey, Limerick.
Over 50 new jobs are being created in Cork and Dublin.DPS Engineering is expanding its workforce by a total of 80, when jobs in mainland Europe are counted.
Employment is up by 10,400 in just three months, as jobless figures fall to their lowest in five years.
2015 will be the year for people going back to work, according to the Tánaiste Joan Burton.
They are at TTM healthcare recruitment who are investing €5m in its business. Most of the new jobs will be based at its facility in Ennis, County Clare.
Today's announcement concludes a €180m expansion programme at the company's operations in Macroom and Wexford over the past four years which is supported by Enterprise Ireland.
The company, which is a global gaming technology and services provider, currently employs over 100 people at its base in Blackpool.
NightOwl Discovery, a world leader in discovery management, is to establish its European Centre of Excellence foreDiscoveryin Dublin, leading to 25 legal and technology jobs over the next three years.
Bristol-Myers Squibb Companytoday announced plans to construct a new state-of-the-art, large-scale biologics manufacturing facility inCruiserath, County Dublin
Ireland continues to experience sustained growth in professional jobs with increases in vacancies across all sectors according to theOctober 2014 Morgan McKinley Irish Employment Monitor.
An Taoiseach, Mr. Enda Kenny T.D. and Avaya,a global leader in business communications and engagement technologies, today announced the creation of 75 new highly skilled roles at Avaya’s Customer Engagement Centre in Galway, Ireland.
Valeo Vision Systems, part of one of the world’s leading automotive suppliers, today announced that it intends to continue its expansion in Tuam, Co. Galway with the creation of up to 140 permanent jobs
It has been a major week for jobs withIDA Irelandsupported companies announcing over 1,000 positions across the country since Monday.
Amazon celebrates 10 years in Ireland with plans to add to the 1,400 staff already employed in the country
ClearStreamTechnologies Limited are expanding its Enniscorthy facility following significant capital investment, with potential to accommodate up to 200 new roles
Taoiseach Enda Kenny TD and Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton TD today announced the creation of 400 new jobs for Cork, Dublin and Galway
The new customer service centre will become operational early in 2015 and recruitment is already underway.
Groupon, a global leader in local commerce, today announced the official opening of its International Engineering and Marketing Centre in Dublin
The Jobs Minister claims Ireland can be a "magnet" for companies, despite the abolition of the "double Irish".
Microsoft is creating 100 jobs for students.
Fifty new jobs are being created at Irish software companyFINEOSin Dublin.
The Newcastle West-based medical device componentsmanufacturerFiltertekIreland, anITW Medical company, is set to expand its operations, adding 35 new manufacturing roles over five years, bringing total employment to nearly 100 people.
Citrixannounced today that it will increase its Dublin workforce by 50 new employees by the end of 2014, meaning that the company headcount in Ireland will grow to 265 people
SolarWinds, which already employs 150 people in the Mahon area of Cork, is expected to announce up to 100 more jobs this morning.
SPAR is to open 50 new shops across the country in a €100m investment that will lead to 1,000 new jobs.
Taoiseach and Minister for Jobs announce plans for New West Pharmaceutical Component Manufacturing Plant in Ireland creating 150 new jobs
Some 140 jobs are to created by a Canadian company which specialises in designing manufacturing solutions for production lines.
Up to 400 new jobs are being created at CarTrawler - which connects airlines, hotel groups and travel brands with car rental all over the world.
Up to 300 new jobs are on the way at discount retailer Dealz.
An Irish software technology company has today announced the addition of up to 50 new positions primarily in its R&D, sales and cloud services divisions.
AIG today announced the establishment of itsEMEA Treasury Operations Centrein Dublin. The Operations Centre will form part of the already established Dublin Investment Centre that provides Investment Administration services to AIG globally.
The Instruments Division of Stryker Corporation announced plans today to construct a new 44,000 square foot surgical Innovation Centre in Cork, Ireland.
An outsourcing field sales and marketing company is to take on 300 new staff across Ireland.
115 new jobs are to be created at DairyGold in Mallow, Co Cork.400 temporary construction jobs will also come on stream afteran€83m investment in a new dairy processing facility.
Discount retailer Dealztoday announced the creation of 50 new jobs in Dundalk and Cork.
High street retailer Argos is looking for 500 seasonal workers in the run-up to the Christmas shopping season in the Republic of Ireland.
50 new jobs are being created at IBM in west Dublin.
At least 100 jobs are expected to be announced at the Mater Private Hospital in Mahon, Cork today.
Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton TD today along withSidetrade’sCEO OlivierNovasqueofficially openedSidetrade’snew office in Dublin, with the creation of 90 skilled roles over two years.
30 new jobs are being created at a mechanical and electrical engineering contracting firm in Limerick.
More than 70 new jobs are being announced this morning.
For the third year in a row the international stars of digital media marketing will gather in Dublin toshare their thoughts, techniques (and a few secrets)on data analytics
A 21% increase in professional job vacancies in July 2014 (9,699) compared to July 2013 (7,681)
The 55 new positions bringsthe total employed in the Waterford store to 160.
The Kildare-based company has announced a total of 100 positions will be created over the next four months, 15 of which have already been filled.
The positions will come on stream over the next two years at Irish Health technology company 3D4Medical.
Up to 100 jobs are due to be created in Irish IT companyVersion 1. Version 1 provides IT consulting, services, and solutions to business.
Itron, Inc., a world-leading technology and services company dedicated to the resourceful use of energy and water,is establishing a Global Business Services (GBS) centre in Cork, creating up to 40 jobs by the end of this year.
AlienVault, the leading provider of Unified Security Management™ solutions and crowd-sourced threat intelligence, today announced the establishment of its new EMEA Sales and Technical Support Centre in Cork, with plans to create up to 40 highly skilled roles in the coming year.
lead generation services companyInternal Results Ireland Limitedis to establish a Customer Support Centre as part of its Portlaoise operation, creating an additional 20 fulltime jobs over the next three years.
Applegreen is to create 360 new full-time jobs through the development of six service stations over the next two years.
Carphone Warehouse is teaming up with Three, following Three's buyout of O2 Ireland, and its new network will initially employ 50 new staff.
80 new jobs are set to come on stream in Waterford as Irish e-cigarette company "Healthier smoker" is to launch its new facility.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny TDtoday withZendesk’s CEO Mikkel SvaneandMinister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton TDofficially opened Zendesk's new office in Grand Parade Dublin
viagogo.com, the world’s largest ticket marketplace, is to open a purpose built international operations centre in Limerick
Customer relations, outsourcing and HR company SouthWestern is to create 260 jobs in Cork.
NuVasive, Inc., a medical device company, has establishedanInternationalOperations Centre in Waterford, with the creation of up to30 highly skilled rolesover the next two to three years.
Almost 600 new jobs have been announced today in Cork and Waterford.
Forget the typical CVs and cover letters, Sober Lane in Dublin 4 is looking to hire 20 staff viaSnapchat.
20 new jobs have been created in Co Monaghan, with the opening of a new supermarket.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny TD today announced that Innovative, a global leader in library technology, is adding 25 new jobs at its EMEA HQ in Dublin, bringing employment to 50 by the end 2015.
AdRoll, the world’s most widely adopted retargeting platform,launched new offices in Dublin today and announced plans to expand its European operations by doubling its office space and hiring 100 additional staff.
PayPal andAnTaoiseach, Enda Kenny TD, today announced the creation of another 400 jobs.These jobs will be based at theeBay Inc. European Operations Centre in Dundalk and are in addition to the 1,000 PayPal positions announced in 2012.
Irish company iTagged Mobile Ltd is thrilled to launch iTaggedinto the Irish market. iTaggedis a new augmented reality app that allows users to capture, share and discover the world around them.
Richard Bruton TD today announced that SmartBear Software, the choice of more than two million software professionals for building and delivering the world’s best applications, is expected to create up to 100 jobs over five years at its new European Headquarters in Galway.
As finishing touches are being made to the luxury hotel, it is embarking on a major recruitment drive, bringing up to 100 jobs back to the Carrigrohane Road complex.
The positive start to the year in the professional jobs market has continued into May according to the latest edition of the Morgan McKinley Irish Employment Monitor.
A €1.7m Government investment aims to turn 20 good research ideas into jobs with Irish and multinational employers.
Workday,a leader inenterprise cloud applications for human resources and finance, today announced plans tocreate 200 new positions in Irelandover the next three years.
Both the world cup and Fastnet Recruitment open days kick off next week. The Life Sciences, Agri-Food and Business Services sectors specialists are interested in job seekers who wish to ‘play at another level’ and make the next progressive move in their career.
HP Ireland today announcedit will grow jobs through an investment in OpenStack cloud servicesat its new state-of-the-art facility in Ballybrit, Galway, which is currently under construction and due to be completed next year.
Yelp Inc. (NYSE: YELP), the company that connects consumers with local businesses, today announced the opening of itsnew European HQ in Dublin with plans to create over 100 new jobs.
A new report claims the Irish internet economy could create 150,000 jobs by 2020.
The Chairman and CEO of AbbVie Inc. (NYSE: ABBV) Richard A. Gonzalez,accompanied by other senior leaders of AbbVie,officially opened the company’s newly expanded facility in Sligo, Irelandtoday. The ceremony was attended byAnTaoiseach, Mr. Enda Kenny T.D.
125 new jobs have come on stream at an Irish medical devices company.
DMS OffshoreInvestment Services Ltd is to create50 new roles in fund governance and risk management at its European operations centre in Dublin.
A leading global Information Technology, Consulting and Outsourcing company today announced that it plans to expand its workforce at Shannon Development Center in Ireland, to meet increasing business requirements.
SAP is to increase investment in the Business Objects Software Ltd.’s Development Centre in Ireland. The centre which is located at SAP’s facility in Citywest Dublin will create 60 highly skilled roles in Predictive Analytics.SAP is also currently recruiting in its Business Suite and Cloud Support organisations and expects to fill over 200 roles in 2014.
Over 120 new jobs at Ericsson sites in Dublin and AthloneHighly skilled roles range from software developers to programme managers and consultantsA number of roles to be offered to graduates from Ericsson sponsored MSc programmes in DIT and AIT.
The number of people in employment increased by 42,700 in the last 12 months.
NDOS Financial Limited (INDOS), an independent business that provides depositary services under the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD), plans to expand its Irish office, based in Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford, with the creation of up to 10 jobs.
IDA Ireland has today advertised in media outlets and online, roles for 35 additional staff, to target new companies around the globe which do not currently have a presence in Ireland.
IDA Ireland, today welcomed the news that the IMD World Competitiveness Yearbook 2014 puts Ireland at number 15 in overall global competitiveness rankings, and first for availability of skilled labour in the world.
Laya healthcare, Ireland’s second largest healthcare insurance provider, has opened an official headquarters in Dublin today with the announcement of 50 new jobs.
Discount retailer Aldi has said it will recruit 450 new employees in Ireland this year 2014 as part of a continued expansion.
115 news jobs are being created at Green Isle Foods in Longford and Galway.
Recruitment experts Oxford International are creating 56 new jobs in Cork.
Both Cathx Ocean andBecton, Dickson and Companytoday announced the creation of 70 new jobs in Kildare andLouth.
A home-grown technical support company has vowed to take on 350 new staff with its latest expansion.Taoiseach Enda Kenny hailed Voxpro as an Irish success story as it announced plans to increase its workforce in Cork to 850.
More than 100 jobs have been created by two separate companies in Dublin.
Intercall has announced the creation of 50 new roles which will be split between its headquarters in Cork City and subsidiary Tangerine Management in Killarney.
Up to 500 new jobs have been announced for Belfast.The positions are being created by accountancy giant Ernst and Young at its city centre offices.
Almost 50 jobs are being created by three separate companies in Dublin today.
Next month will see the launch of Ireland's first ever international television channel.
Some 270 new jobs have been announced for Limericas part ofan€80m investment.
American online polling company Survey Monkey is to create 50 new jobs in Dublin.
Online accommodation booking firmAirbnbis to double the number of people employed at its newly-opened European headquarters in Dublin, it was announced this morning.
Plans for the creation of up to 200 new jobs have been announced by pharmaceutical company Alexion.
Up to 200 new jobs have been announced for Dublin by budget airline Ryanair.
Fifty new jobs are on the way to Limerick.
A UK coffee chain is planning to expand into the Irish market, creating 320 jobs.
Vodafone Ireland is to hire over 100 new full-time and contract positions as it expands its operations here.
Things are Looking positive in the Jobs market, according to a new poll of hundreds of employers carried out by recruitment firm Manpower.
Zenimax Online, the company behind games such as The Elder Scrolls series and Doom are to expand their Galway customer service centre, creating 250 jobs.
A global gaming company is to create 250 jobs at its customer service centre in the west of Ireland.
Irish and International companies will attend a Jobs Expo in Dublin today and tomorrow.
HMV is reopening on Grafton Street in Dublin, with the creation of 35 new jobs.
A €5m investment from European research and innovation fund "Horizon 2020" will see 600 jobs created in the southeast over the next three to five years.
US cloud computing firm VCE is to create 150 R&D jobs in its Cork facility, it was announced today.
Employment increased by 3.3% in the year to the end of 2013, according to the latest figures from the CSO.
Planners have given the green light for a €50m, nine-storey office block which could deliver up to 2,000 jobs for Cork city.
There could be a jobs boost for Tallaght in Dublin if a new primary care unit gets planning permission.
The Government is planning a major drive to boost the construction sector and build more family homes.
SuperValu have said they are going to create 210 jobs this year with the opening of three new stores in a €7m investment.
More than 130 new jobs are being created by five companies in Dublin and Galway.
Healthcare 21 is to create 40 new jobs in the west of Ireland.
A new technology centre is to be established in Cork by American information technology companyTintri.
A new report claims up to 35,000 jobs could be created in the wind energy sector by 2020.
Lidl is to open three new Irish stores this month, creating more than 50 jobs in Galway, Cork and Donegal.
More than 3,000 jobs are on offer this weekend at a specialised career expo for the technology sector.
The healthy state of the professional jobs market has been reflected in the January 2014 Morgan McKinley Employment Monitor which shows an increase of 10% in professional job vacancies in the first month of this year compared to January 2013 (10,666 compared to 9,730).
The new facility in Roscommon aims to create 160 construction jobs and the new facility will also create up to 50 new jobs when operating at full capacity
Alexion Pharmaceuticals Agrees to Acquire Site in Athlone to Create a Vialling Facility in Ireland
Ninety new jobs are being announced today in Cork and Athlone.
Fifty new jobs have been announced in Cork.
Convenience store chain Centra says it will be creating around 400 new jobs this year.
HedgeServ, a top ranked and growing global hedge fund administrator, today officially announced the opening of its second Irish operation in Cork.
A whiskey company is opening a new distillery and vistors' centre in Dublin, with the creation of 30full timejobs and 50 construction jobs.
Global Reviews, a world leading online customer experience intelligence and digital research company, today announced the opening of its European headquarters in Cork with the creation of 30 jobs over the next two years.
Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton TD, today announced that Tyco, a multinational fire and security company, has proposed to establish a business services centre in Cork that could see Tyco potentially create more than 500 positions locally over three years.
Ryanair, have announced that it will create over 50 new IT and digital jobs as it holds its first open day for “web stars” on Saturday, 8th Feb, at its new Dublin Offices in Airside, Swords.
The Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton, TD, today officially launched the construction, validation and commissioning phase of manufacturing operations at BioMarin Manufacturing Ireland in Shanbally, Ringaskiddy, Co. Cork
An entrepreneurial support centre is being launched by technology giant Dell today.
Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton TD, today announced that Aspen, a global pharmaceutical company, is to expand its Irish operation by adding 42 new high quality jobs.
Subway are to create 1,800 jobs in Ireland over the next six years.
Fifty jobs have been created in sales and the food sector as Field Management Ireland and Monaghan Mushrooms announced they are hiring.
€1bn stimulus plan for shovel-ready projects to be unveiled in coming weeks
Cpl’s Q4 Employment Market Monitor for 2013 provides a comprehensive analysis of Ireland’s latest employment trends across the following sectors: IT, Science, Engineering & Supply Chain Sales, & Marketing, Retail, Accountancy, Banking & Finance
Enterprise Ireland says its clients created more than 18,000 jobs last year.
Government claim €65m in trade deals on Gulf region tour
The unemployment rate fell again in December for the 18th consecutive month, down to 12.4% from 12.5% the previous month, as 3,300 fewer people signed on the live register.
The country's largest employers group IBEC says "across-the-board" wage increases should be avoided.
The Justice Minister Alan Shatter has confirmed 20,000 people have now looked to join An Garda Síochána.
Twenty jobs are to be created at Aerogen in Galway after it signed a major deal with Philips' healthcare division.