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Good news: consultancy firm Accenture has announced 250 new jobs

Accenture says it will be recruiting from around the country.

ACCENTURE HAS ANNOUNCED that it will hire 250 people into its workforce by this August.

The global firm says the new roles will range from entry level positions to roles for experienced executives.

Alastair Blair, Accenture’s managing director in Ireland, said the company will be recruiting from around the country.

“Professionals who join our team will have access to the latest technology and will receive training and professional development opportunities to expand their business, industry and technical skills.”

Today’s announcement will bring the outsourcing company’s Irish workforce to just under 1,900.

The firm says it is primarily looking for professionals who have technology, digital and analytical skills across key areas including SAP, Oracle, cloud computing and, in particular, analytics.

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