Technology giant Microsoft is expected to create 500 jobs at its new inside sales centre in Dublin, with a further 100 positions emerging across existing operations in their Sandyford offices.
As we look back on the job announcements of 2016, we learn that it has been an amazing 12 months for Irish jobs. Almost 20,000 jobs were announced over the course of the year marking 2016 as the second year of record job growth in Ireland.
Singlepoint have announced the expansion of their Irish offices with the opening of new facilities at 31 Marlborough Street, Dublin 1 which will bring 50 new jobs to the city.
Technical Support Services company Trusource Labs, who focus on complex support environments, is to establish an International Operations Centre in Limerick.
Ortec Inc., a leading US biomaterial and polymer technology company has today announced that it will establish its European HQ in Newcastle West, Co. Limerick.
Wearable technology firm Fitbit has opened its European headquarters in Dublin. The US company plans to employ 50 people by the end of 2016, and up to 100 by the end of 2017.
Irish-owned medical device firm VistaMed has announced the creation of 200 new jobs at the opening of their new Research and Development facility in Carrick-on-Shannon, Co. Leitrim today.
SiteMinder has announced that its new offices will be in Galway city. Siteminder is one of Australia’s top 20 cloud technology companies and will initially bring 100 jobs to Ireland with the potential for further growth in the future.