Accenture is to create 250 jobs in Ireland by the end of summer

3 Feb 2015869 Views

Technology consulting giant Accenture is to recruit 250 new staff in Ireland by the end of the summer in a variety of industry and digital roles.

The new roles span a wide range of skills and capabilities and offer opportunities for candidates, from experienced executives to entry level, including graduates.

In particular, Accenture will be recruiting candidates who have technology, digital and analytical skills with expertise in areas such as SAP, Oracle, cloud and analytics.

It is also seeking people with industry experience, including media, communications, entertainment, financial services, food and agriculture.

Opportunity to grow careers

“There is a wealth of talent in this country, and we are pleased to offer the opportunity to develop careers with Accenture,” said Alastair Blair, Accenture’s country managing director in Ireland.

“We are seeking highly motivated, skilled individuals who share our passion and commitment to client service.

“Professionals who join our team will have access to the latest technology and will receive training and professional development opportunities to expand their business, industry and technical skills.”

Accenture is a Silicon Republic Featured Employer, comprised of top tech companies that are hiring now.

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