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26 companies hiring engineers in Ireland right now

9 Mar 2023

Whether you want to work as an engineer in healthcare, IT or finance, there’s a job out there for you.

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Being an engineer means you get to make a difference in a very practical way. There are loads of engineering career opportunities in Ireland, and there’s no better time to highlight these than during Engineers Week, the national week-long celebration run by Engineers Ireland.

On this massive list of companies hiring engineers, you’ll find some of the world’s biggest businesses as well as smaller names.

As part of Engineers Week at, you can read about some of these employers and the people who work on their engineering teams.

KPMG’s Breda O’Callaghan told us that she thinks engineering is a good career for people who like a challenge, while Fidelity Investments’ Shane Tully spoke about making the leap from graduate to web and mobile app developer on the company’s UK team.

Here are just some of the many companies, including Fidelity and KPMG, that are looking for engineers.


Professional services company Accenture is hiring a research engineer in AI prototypes for its Irish operation, as well as several other positions in its software engineering and tech teams.


The pharma company has a variety of engineering roles open at the moment, including engineering manager of equipment engineering, senior engineer, and process and equipment engineer.


The multinational is seeking a data engineering manager for its analytics department, as well as other IT roles which would benefit from software engineering skills.


In Ireland, management and tech consulting firm BearingPoint has vacancies for roles such as application support engineer and site reliability engineer.

Bristol Myers Squibb

The pharma giant is on the lookout for a data intelligence and analytics engineer, a senior specialist in manufacturing engineering, and other roles which require engineering skills.


The Irish branch of the UK-headquartered telecoms giant has a vacancy for an NOC engineer at the moment. There are also other roles at BT where engineering experience would be an advantage.


The fintech has loads of engineering career openings at the moment for all levels. These include software engineer, engineering lead analyst VP and junior infrastructure engineer.


Another company encompassing the intersection of tech and professional services, Deloitte is hiring for several Java engineers as well as an AWS architect and several other tech roles.


Fidelity Investments is hiring for lots of software engineering roles, from junior to senior levels. Roles on offer include senior software quality engineer, principle software engineer and cloud engineer.


The German multinational is recruiting for people with engineering skills in Ireland for a secure hardware extension (SHE) internship. The nine-month internship is hybrid.


The tech company is hiring remote engineers for its Galway operation. Open roles include senior systems engineer, embedded engineer and senior automation framework engineer.


At the moment, Huawei has vacancies for a machine learning engineering internship. It is also on the lookout for a machine learning engineer in recommender systems.


Electrical project engineer, logic design engineer, chemical engineer and a construction and project engineering internship are some of the openings Intel has on its team right now.

Johnson & Johnson

The conglomerate is hiring for roles such as principal engineer, process excellence engineer, digital and technology engineer and senior manufacturing engineer in Ireland.


Data engineer and information security engineer are some of the positions KPMG is hiring for at the moment. There are also a number of tech roles where engineering knowledge would be useful.

Liberty IT

The IT arm of the insurance company is recruiting junior and senior engineers in Ireland, with open roles including apprentice software engineer and senior software engineer in Java or Python.


The fintech has plenty of openings for engineers in Ireland, with roles ranging from senior DevOps engineer in crypto to manager in software development engineering.


Maintenance improvement engineer, process engineering lead and electrical engineer are some of the roles at pharma giant MSD that require workers with engineering skills.


The software company is hiring a senior systems engineer and a data team architect for its Irish engineering team. All the engineering roles the company is recruiting for are remote including the Irish ones.


Healthcare and tech company Optum is on the lookout to fill vacancies such as Java software engineer, senior data engineer and lead full stack software engineer. Some roles are advertised as hybrid.


Germany’s Personio is recruiting engineers in Ireland right now, with openings including backend engineer, senior corporate security engineer and lead frontend engineer.


Another professional services giant that’s hiring, PwC is seeking people with software engineering skills for positions such as solutions architect.

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The IT company recently won a Great Place to Work award. It is recruiting for engineers, with roles including data engineer, kdb+ engineer and senior C++ engineer.


Healthcare company Viatris has multiple engineering job openings in Dublin, Ireland across device R&D including roles in design, CAD, industrialisation, design assurance and device performance.


Yahoo’s engineering team has quite a few vacancies at the moment. Open roles include machine learning intern, product security intern and full stack software engineer. These jobs are remote in Ireland.


The German-headquartered fashion tech company is hiring for a senior Scala engineer in Ireland at the moment.

Updated, 11.06am, 10 March 2023: This article was amended to include additional information about engineering roles at Viatris.

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Blathnaid O’Dea
By Blathnaid O’Dea

Blathnaid O’Dea joined Silicon Republic in 2021 as Careers reporter, coming from a background in the Humanities. She likes people, pranking, pictures of puffins – and apparently alliteration.

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