As Ireland’s economy dipped into decline in early 2009, the first trickles of an uplifting wave of investment from the international tech sector were already spilling into Dublin’s docklands.
Dublin: 27.01.2015 01.04AM
International engineering and project management company PM Group is to create 250 jobs to tackle an increased workload from clients across various industries. Of those jobs, 100 are to be at the firm’s operations in Dublin and Cork.
The remaining 150 jobs are to be filled at the Irish-owned company’s operations in Britain, mainland Europe, Asia and the US.
PM Group is looking to hire experienced engineers, architects, project managers, construction managers, consultants and graduates.
Fifty of its 100 Irish roles have already been filled, with the remaining half expected to be filled by the end of this year.
“We are looking to fill new positions in the pharmaceutical, food, medical technology and ICT sectors and have roles for experienced professionals and graduates across a range of disciplines,” PM Group chief executive Dave Murphy told the Irish Examiner.