Deloitte Ireland has started recruiting to fill up to 200 positions, including 30 new technology consulting jobs and more than 150 graduate roles.
The firm said that, following a number of significant business wins for its technology and consulting practice recently, it currently has more than 30 technology consulting positions available. It said it is looking for individuals at various levels who have experience in leading technologies and solutions.
Positions are available for junior and senior Java developers, solution and application architects, project managers and cloud computing specialists. A number of advisory roles are also available in the firm’s audit, consulting and enterprise risk services departments. All of these roles are based in Dublin and commence immediately.
Jobs for graduates
The firm is also seeking to fill graduate recruitment positions in its Dublin, Cork and Limerick offices, across all departments, including audit, tax, consulting and corporate finance. While a small number of positions are available to begin this year, the firm will take on 150 graduates in 2011.
Deloitte said the jobs will be open to graduates from a range of disciplines, including engineering, IT and legal, as well as those with accountancy and business backgrounds. The firm will be accepting applications on its dedicated graduate recruitment website from Monday, 13 September.
“Despite the challenging business environment over the last two years, we as a practice have focused on the development of our service offering and opportunities therein and we have found that as organisations look to reduce costs through the more efficient use of IT, opportunities to supply services in this area are created,” said Pat Cullen, managing partner, Deloitte. “In addition, we have retained a strong advisory practice and believe our multidisciplinary offering is a competitive advantage for us in the current marketplace and will create further opportunities for the firm.”
“We are very committed to our graduate recruitment programme and recognise its importance to our own future success and to the Irish economy,” he said. “Across the profession, graduate recruitment has slowed over the last two years in tandem with the economic pressures. Now more than ever, these graduate positions provide students with an opportunity to have a career in professional services and we will be looking for graduates with a diverse range of qualifications to work with our clients across a number of industries.”