Maynooth-based software company Sentenial is creating 35 jobs as it moves to meet European demands for its SEPA payment solutions.
The firm’s recruitment drive began in January and it has already hired 15 full-time staff members. It plans to finish hiring for new staff in the middle of 2012.
Its current vacancies include roles for business analysts, software engineers, QA/test engineers and multilingual technical support.
The company has been operating since 2003 and has regional sales and support offices in Ireland, Belgium and the UK. It recently launched Maynooth’s first CoderDojo to help young people learn the technical skills needed to get into a career in IT.
“Our Maynooth-based headquarters have opened up a wealth of experience and expertise to Sentenial – Maynooth is close to Dublin, 10 minutes from Liffey Valley, close to trains, buses, the motorway and of course not to forget NUI (Maynooth), which has been an excellent source of talented individuals to us over the years,” said Sentenial’s CEO Sean Fitzgerald.