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24 new IT jobs created in Dundalk firm
The US multi-national works with clients in Ireland like the Road Safety Authority and the Irish Medical Council.

IT COMPANY PROMETRIC has today announced the addition of 24 jobs, bringing its headcount now up to 100 at its operation in Dundalk, Co Louth.

The US multi-national, which also operates in Dublin hailed its business in Dundalk as a “major gateway for export work” with most of its 140 employees across the country based there.

The new jobs are supported by the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation through IDA Ireland and junior minister Fergus O’Dowd said the fact that a company like Prometric was “flourishing” here is thanks to the local available skill base in Louth and the determination on behalf of the State to make Ireland a good place to do business.

Among the company’s Irish clients is the Road Safety Authority, for which it develops new and revised exams for professional drivers.

Prometric is seeking IT professionals for the following positions:

  • Junior software developer
  • Intermediate softwaredDeveloper
  • Senior software developer
  • Operations – system analyst
  • Lead technology operations system analyst
  • Software technical lead
  • Software quality control tester
  • Software quality control supervisor

For more information on how to apply for one of these positions, click here.

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