Recent Job Announcements You May Have Missed
A number of companies have recently announced they are hiring for people in Ireland. Here are some you may have missed.
The Chinese tech giant Huawei has said it plans to invest €80m over the next two years into Irish R&D and hire 110 new staff members here. Roles will open across R&D, IT development, sales and consumer divisions. The majority will be based in the Dublin headquarters, with a number of roles at its offices in Athlone and Cork.
Microsoft Ireland has announced 200 jobs in its Dublin base. It will hire technical sales specialists, sales representatives, account executives, cloud solution architects and sales managers at its EMEA digital sales centre.
Galway is in line for a jobs increase as sports-tech company Clubforce sets it sights on expansion. The company has raised approximately €2.5m in funding and will use this to fire a scrum master, full-stack developers, sales and marketing staff and an accounts assistant.
The Irish medtech company Aerogen is opening a brand-new manufacturing facility in Shannon and plans to take on 90 new recruits. It will hiring for roles across engineering, operations, manufacturing and quality assurance.
The green-tech firm StormHarvester in Northern Ireland has announced 16 new roles. The Lisburn company said it will invest over £1.6m as it expands its exports to the US, Australia and Europe. It will be hiring for a mix of technical and business development roles.