Curious about the recruitment landscape in Ireland right now? Here are some companies that made jobs announcements throughout the month of March.
From day one, the month of March has been teeming with hiring announcements. Here’s a round-up of some of the companies around Ireland that have revealed plans to expand their teams over the past few weeks.
If none of these opportunities catch your eye, make sure to check out our list of 27 companies currently hiring for engineers.
First on the list is Anaeko, a software company headquartered in Belfast. At the start of the month, Anaeko announced 15 new jobs that will be based between its headquarters and its office in Enniskillen.
Enterpryze, an Irish software company headquartered in Co Dublin, announced 100 new jobs this week. These will be rolled out over the next two years and will span engineering, DevOps, development, sales, customer support and client management.
Want to work at a start-up? Dublin-based FoodMarble will be hiring for 25 new roles to help with its expansion into the North American market. There will be technology and commercial positions, ranging from engineering and design to sales and customer success.
Frankli, a digital HR company based in Sligo, announced 20 new jobs for the region. Having recently closed a pre-seed funding round of €725,000, the company is looking for new joiners across software development, support, sales and marketing.
Green Rebel Marine
If you’re passionate about renewable energy, you might be interested in a number of upcoming roles at Green Rebel Marine. The Cork-based offshore windfarm management company has acquired a majority stake in Limerick-based marine data company IDS Monitoring. On the back of this deal, it will be hiring for 30 new roles across field engineering, technical manufacturing and data analysis.
Intact, a software development company led out of Dundalk in Co Louth, is expanding its teams in Ireland and the UK. There will be 40 new positions with opportunities for software support staff, software developers and account and project managers.
Intel made headlines this week with its ambitious plans to take on 1,600 new people at its campus in Leixlip, Co Kildare. The roles, which will be permanent and highly skilled, will arrive once the company completes a $7bn expansion of its Leixlip facility.
After raising €300,000 in seed funding, Irish motorsport tech company Motoklik is looking for 10 new recruits. The Kilkenny-based start-up said it expects to start filling the new roles across software development, sales and marketing this year.
Northern Irish smart building technology provider Okto is expanding its team on the back of increased demand for its air-filtration system. The Lisburn-based company announced plans to open a Dublin office in the coming weeks, where it will be hiring project managers, engineers, sales staff and more.
US fintech Payroc announced recruitment plans for Northern Ireland, where it is investing for the first time. Its new software engineering hub and customer services centre will see 75 new jobs created over the next three years.
SITA, an aviation IT company, will be hiring at its base in Co Donegal. SITA works with airports, airlines and governments to help digitise the air transport industry. It’s looking for new DevOps recruits and is hiring for test and software engineers, product owners, UX designers and scrum masters.
Another software company looking for new joiners is SL Controls, which was founded in 2002 in Sligo and now has offices across Ireland and in the US. It will be hiring for 50 new positions over the next 18 months.
Sogeti Ireland announced 50 new jobs across the country after launching a new life sciences practice. The company, which is part of the Capgemini Group, will be hiring across digital manufacturing, engineering, predictive analytics, business development and project management.
Stripe, the fintech founded by Irish brothers Patrick and John Collison, raised fresh funding earlier this month that has brought the company’s valuation to $95bn. Now it’s planning a major recruitment drive for Europe that includes 1,000 new jobs in Ireland, which will be rolled out over the next five years.
Also set to hire in Dublin is Triangle, an ICT services provider with plans to recruit at least 10 new staff. Opportunities at the company will be in service architecture, service management, technical support and business development.
Vyta, previously known as AMI, plans to hire in both Belfast and Dublin. The IT recycling company recently announced 60 new roles, 40 of which will be in engineering and operations with the remaining 20 spanning marketing and sales, finance, logistics, HR and customer services.
International event company Web Summit announced 50 new jobs at its Dublin headquarters and offices in Lisbon, Toronto and San Francisco, as well as new markets. It will be hiring for roles across product, sales, media, marketing, engineering, production and design.
Finally, enterprise software company Workday is also set to hire at its European headquarters in Dublin. The business will be rolling out 400 new jobs across technology and product development, with recruitment starting now.
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