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Alarm monitoring service creates 60 new jobs in Dublin

Alarm Control 24 in Sandyford is benefiting from a €3 million investment.

ALARM CONTROL 24 has announced the creation of sixty jobs in Dublin with the opening of a base in Sandyford.

The company uses a long range radio telemetry network which it says it more secure than other systems which can be blocked by jamming technology.

The jobs are a result of a €3 million investment in Alarm Control 24.

According to Risk Manager the company will create 30 jobs within the next two years at its monitoring station and is planning to expand that by another 20 or 30 positions in 2014. It’s also estimated that a further 20 jobs will be created in security companies around the country as a result of the investment.

Alarm Control 24 already employs 22 people. Information about the applications process is available on their website.

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