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Globoforce bringing 100 jobs to Dublin with new Park West offices

2 May 2017

Globoforce’s Dublin headcount is set to soar with the technology company creating 100 new positions over the next three years.

Already employing 210 people in Dublin, and 400 globally, Globoforce’s international growth has seen the company embark on a significant expansion.

With that, a new 45,000 sq ft Dublin HQ at Park West is making room for a three-year build-up of its workforce, with 50 roles out of a total 100 to be filled this year.

The new jobs will range from graduate level upwards, taking in the likes of software development, software engineering, user experience, analysis, finance, customer service and customer success.

“These are very exciting times for Globoforce,” said Eric Mosley, co-founder and CEO of the company, which started with just five employees in 1999.

The new office in Park West overlooks the Grand Canal, with digital walls, expansive windows, open and closed booths, collaboration spaces, relaxation areas and a game area.

“Building an award-winning culture starts with your employees and in Globoforce, we have the best people in the business,” said Mosley.

“Through our social recognition platform, we currently help more than 3m employees around the world have positive experiences at work. As the company expands, we have a strategy of reinvesting profits into research and development, driving thought leadership and innovation across all our platforms.”

Dublin has seen its fair share of jobs announcements in recent days.

Claiming more than 21,000 customers and 1m users worldwide, Tenable revealed its new Dublin site, planning to fill its docklands office with up to 100 people over the next two years.

Esri Ireland is also expanding, with aims of increasing its Geographic Information Systems software from annual revenues of €7m in 2016 to €10m by the end of the decade.

To do that, it has revealed plans to up its headcount from its current level of 50 to 85 over the next two years, with a series of technical roles to be created, most of which will be in the capital.

Elsewhere, Shire has moved its Dublin base amid a surge in operations, and plans to double its staff to 300 employees during the summer.

Now based at the Miesian Plaza on Baggot Street, Shire has partnered its lead commercial and technical operations employees with its global services team on site.

In Kerry last week, BorgWarner revealed that its plant in Tralee is to receive a jobs boost, with up to 50 new roles being created as the company adds another production line.

This includes a €10m investment in capital equipment and a €1.5m investment in facility renovations to expand the plant’s engineering and testing capabilities, and also improve its environmental footprint.

Gordon Hunt
By Gordon Hunt

Gordon Hunt joined Silicon Republic in October 2014 as a journalist. He spends most of his time avoiding conversations about music, appreciating even the least creative pun and rueing the day he panicked when meeting Paul McGrath. His favourite thing on the internet is the ‘Random Article’ link on Wikipedia.

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