This Engineers Week, we take a look at some of the top tech and pharma companies currently hiring engineers in Ireland.
Everyone has a different perception of what an engineer is, depending on their industry. Those working in construction think of civil and structural engineers. Tech workers will think of software. Those with a science background will think of processes.
Engineers Week celebrates all of them.
As tech, in particular, has grown exponentially over the last number of years, the role of the engineer has earned increased prominence in the zeitgeist. Suddenly engineers, now synonymous with Silicon Valley cool, have a certain celebrity among other tech roles.
Of course, tech is far from holding a monopoly on the ‘engineer’ title, and other sectors hire engineers in droves.
Given Ireland’s status as a sci-tech hub – with Dublin’s Silicon Docks, Galway’s biotech cluster and the big pharma companies dotted around the island – engineering roles are prevalent within these borders.
For Engineers Week, we’ve taken a look at some of the top companies currently hiring engineers in Ireland, and gathered them here in one handy list.
Professional services company Accenture is currently recruiting for DevOps, data and software engineers in Dublin.
Internet giant AOL has senior software engineering openings at its Dublin office.
At internet of things (IoT) connectivity company Asavie, open roles include platform service, senior software, and test and solutions integration engineers.
Global biopharma company Bristol-Myers Squibb, or BMS, is currently seeking candidates in Ireland to fill process engineer, maintenance engineer and lab systems engineer roles.
Fidelity International – a global investment solutions firm – currently has openings in Dublin for Unix engineers.
The Irish offices of Fidelity Investments serve as one of the investment and financial expertise company’s technology and operations centres. The company is currently recruiting in software and systems engineering for its Dublin and Galway offices.
Tech giant Intel has had an Irish presence for nearly 30 years, with locations in Shannon, Cork and Leixlip. The company is currently accepting applications for open roles in design engineering, software engineering (deep learning), automation test engineering, and many more.
The tech side of Liberty Mutual Insurance, Liberty IT has current openings for software engineers in its Dublin and Belfast offices.
Pharma giant MSD – known as Merck within the US and Canada – is currently hiring to fill electrical and instrumentation, process safety and validation engineer roles, among others, for its locations in Carlow, Cork and Tipperary.
Pramerica, a business and technology subsidiary of Prudential Financial, is currently advertising to fill systems and DevOps engineering roles at its Letterkenny base.
At IoT connectivity company U-blox, which has an Irish location in Cork, RFIC design and RF engineers are currently being sought.
Homegrown technology solutions company Version 1 is currently hiring f0r network and Java engineering roles in its Dublin offices.