Tech Jobs 2013 – Top 50 jobs announcements of 2013: Nos 45-41
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Tech Jobs 2013 – Top 50 jobs announcements of 2013: Nos 45-41

10 Dec 2013

Today we continue our countdown of Ireland’s top tech jobs announcement stories of 2013, from start-ups to multinationals.

It has been the year companies in sectors that are thriving – technology, science and cloud – as Ireland claws its way back from the downturn, have created jobs in their organisations.

Social media giants Facebook and Twitter, for example, announced hundreds of new jobs between them, Novartis revealed the creation of about 100 jobs, and HP proclaimed the building of a cloud R&D operation in Galway for 700 workers.

To celebrate a year of jobs announcements, has dedicated the month of December to the top 50 most popular jobs announcements of 2013. The list contains a myriad of companies, large and small, creating opportunities across Ireland.

Below we continue our countdown of the 50 most-viewed jobs announcement stories of 2013.


45 – Stream to create 50 full-time and 200 seasonal jobs in North Dublin

Technology outsourcing player Stream Global Services is to create 50 new permanent jobs plus a further 200 seasonal positions at its technical support operations in Swords and Santry, Co Dublin.


44 – EMC celebrates 25 years in Ireland with €100m investment and 200 jobs for Cork

Coinciding with celebrations of 25 years in Ireland, multinational IT company EMC has announced the opening of a new office in Mahon, Co Cork, as part of a €100m investment, creating 200 jobs.


43 – PM Group to create 250 jobs, 100 of them in Dublin and Cork

International engineering and project management company PM Group is to create 250 jobs to tackle an increased workload from clients across various industries. Of those jobs, 100 are to be at the firm’s operations in Dublin and Cork.


42 – Irish sports science start-up Kitman Labs raises €475,000 – creating 24 high-tech jobs

Kitman Labs, a Co Dublin-based start-up that is fusing sports with technology, has raised €475,000 in a combined funding round from Enterprise Ireland and private investors, such as Irish rugby captain Jamie Heaslip. The company will be seeking 24 high-tech hires.


41 – Groupon to open new software hub in Dublin with more than 20 new jobs

Daily deals site Groupon has kicked off a recruitment campaign for its newly established Software Development Centre in Dublin and is looking to fill more than 20 new full-time positions.

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