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30 new jobs at Malone Engineering in Blanchardstown

Graduates in areas of engineering and health and safety would be particularly suitable for the roles, the company said.

Minister Richard Bruton at Malone Engineering in Blanchardstown
Minister Richard Bruton at Malone Engineering in Blanchardstown
Image: John Ohle

MINISTER FOR JOBS, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton announced the creation of 30 new jobs at Malone Engineering in Blanchardstown yesterday for graduates in engineering and health and safety.

Making the announcement, Richard Bruton said developing a strong engine of indigenous business was a key part of the government’s plan for jobs and growth.

“Irish engineering companies in particular have the capacity to make a major contribution to a jobs-rich recovery, and that is why we are implementing measures such as the €150million development capital scheme to address the needs of companies like this,” he said.

Stephen Malone, CEO Malone Engineering said “ We will continue to invest, because we believe in the future and we are ready for the economy to improve and for the next phase of growth”.

The jobs news was among several announcements made yesterday with the Jelly Bean factory, also in Blanchardstown unveiling its new manufacturing facility which will create 25 jobs.

Business advisory firm Deloitte commenced a search for 280 new staff yesterday while a Dundalk merchandising company announced the creation of 250 seasonal jobs.

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