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Creation of 100 new tech jobs announced

More than 100 technology-related vacancies across three companies have been announced this morning.

Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton
Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton
Image: Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland

A SERIES OF new job announcements have been made this morning, with 100 new technology-related vacancies across three companies being advertised.

Business technology consultancy agency Storm Technology is to create 21 new jobs. The new jobs, which are supported by the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation through Enterprise Ireland, will include opportunities for senior technology consultants, experienced CRM Dynamics consultants, SharePoint and project management consultants along with roles for graduates and emerging talented software developers. The roles will be based in both Dublin and Galway.

Meanwhile, IT Company opensky has announced 30 new jobs over the next 18 months. Opensky data systems, head-quartered in Naas, Co Kildare, will almost double its current number of employees of 50, bringing the total to 80 staff. The recruitment drive, expected to commence immediately, aims to provide opportunities for software developers, project managers, support, sales and marketing and QA Personnel.

And the FINEOS Research and Innovation has announced the recruitment of a further 50 employees. The majority of the new roles will created in the FINEOS Research and Innovation centre in Dublin and the remaining positions are open to anyone who would like to join the FINEOS Professional Services Team working on projects in Australia, United States and Canada. The new positions include software engineers (Java), software testers, business analysts and technical implementation consultants. They will see FINEOS’ workforce grow from 350 to 400.

The Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton will announce the results of the Action Plan for Jobs Fifth Progress Report later today.

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