Accenture to create 100 tech jobs in 2012
(Left to right) Hilary O'Meara, head of technology; Mark Ryan, country managing director; and Susanne Jeffery, director of HR at Accenture

Accenture to create 100 tech jobs in 2012

9 Jan 2012

Accenture is creating 100 new technology jobs for its Irish workforce during 2012, which will add to the positions created in the Accenture Analytics Innovation Centre which opened in Dublin last year.

The company plans to hire graduates and experienced specialists in Java, SAP, cloud computing, mobile and workplace collaboration technologies.

The company’s Irish operations provide management consultancy, technology services and outsourcing to private and public-sector clients, such as Microsoft, Kerry Group and the Revenue Commissioners. It opened the Accenture Analytics Innovation Centre in May 2011 at Grand Canal Plaza in Dublin 2.

“As technology increasingly underpins successful operations and supports high performance, clients look to Accenture to assist them with new operating models, while delivering technologies and processes to reduce costs, increase efficiencies and support growth,” said Mark Ryan, country managing director, Accenture in Ireland.

“We offer unparallelled opportunities in an environment that supports the professional growth of our employees and allows them to work on leading-edge business and technology issues facing our clients. For these new positions, we are seeking highly motivated and talented individuals passionate about and skilled in technology,” he said.

In December, Accenture saw its quarterly net revenues rise by 17pc over the same period in the previous year.

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