Ireland is becoming a powerful fintech hub as the fintech sector grows massively in Ireland. Along with that growth, as always, come jobs.
Earlier this week, we heard from Jasaon Kelly at Hays Ireland, who wrote about challenges in fintech recruitment, and the types of candidates that businesses in the sector are seeking.
Kelly’s article made one thing very clear: fintech companies are crying out for skilled employees to work at the cutting edge of disruptive technology development, working on everything from cryptocurrency to platforms.
Organisations are looking for adaptable candidates, for those who can keep up with the constantly changing face of the sector and its technologies.
Fintech recruitment is incredibly competitive right now – a natural by-product of an industry with more jobs than skilled workers. Whittling down the many opportunities to a select few can be challenging.
These seven top employers may just be a good place to start.
Accenture is a management consulting, technology services and outsourcing company offering clients a diverse range of services.
The global firm, which has offices in Dublin, is currently hiring for roles in data analysis, software and .Net development, business analysis and business intelligence consultancy, among many others.
Aon Centre for Innovation and Analytics
Aon’s purview is wide reaching, with insurance playing a big part in the company’s portfolio. At the Aon Centre for Innovation and Analytics (ACIA), based in Dublin, the team works on industry-level innovation in that area – and others – which does touch on the fintech sphere.
ACIA is currently hiring data analysts, insights analysts, and developers.
Since the recording of the above video, ACIA has appointed a new CEO, Todd Curry.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BofAML) is a subsidiary of Bank of America, offering global research and cash management for corporate finance and commercial banking.
BofAML is currently hiring developers, technology risk managers, reference data services managers, and business analysts.
Fidelity Investments provides a diverse rang of technology capabilities, building fintech solutions for trading, investment, fund pricing and cybersecurity businesses.
With offices in Dublin and Galway, Fidelity is currently hiring for roles in software engineering, business analysis, QA engineering, technology risk analysis and cybersecurity threat analysis, among others.
IFDS is a leading provider of third-party administration and technology services in the investment sector, with offices in Dublin city centre and Dublin Park West.
The firm is currently hiring application support analysts, business analysts, team leads and development managers.
PayPal is one of the most well-known online payment services companies in the world, operating at the leading edge of innovation in fintech and payments.
While PayPal’s facilities in Dublin and Dundalk are solely customer service-based, fintech-adjacent roles are just as valuable as the sector blooms.
The company is currently hiring for a range of customer support roles.
Pramerica is a business and technology operations subsidiary of Prudential Financial, with offices in Letterkenny, Co Donegal.
Pramerica is currently hiring data analysts, financial analysts, platform engineers and C# developers, among other fintech roles.
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