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Good news: Dublin-based company confirms 100 new jobs

The company has “an immediate requirement” for software developers, system architects and project managers.

BILLING FIRM BRITE:BILL has announced the creation of 100 new jobs as part of a major recruitment drive.

The new posts come on foot of recent “major multi-million dollar contract wins,” according to a press release from Enterprise Ireland.

75 of the jobs will be based at the company’s Dublin headquarters, while the remaining 25 will be in its North American offices.

The company has “an immediate requirement” for software developers, system architects and project managers.

The 100 new recruits will be hired over the next two years, with half coming on board before the end of this year.

“Today’s announcement by Brite:Bill is great news for Dublin and for Ireland,” Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton said in a statement.

“At the heart of our jobs plan is developing a powerful engine of Irish enterprise, and Brite:Bill is a great example of the type of company we are trying to support through our growing programme of overseas activities.”

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