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Dell has announced over 50 new jobs for Dublin

Recruitment is expected to start shortly.
Oct 10th 2014, 10:18 AM 6,727 15

DELL HAS ANNOUNCED it’s hiring new workers at its base in Cherrywood, which will host a brand new research facility.

The company will be looking for over 50 highly skilled software engineers, technical programme managers and test engineers to help roll out the first phase of the new R&D centre.

The new team will be responsible for expanding Dell’s website to improve the customer experience with recruitment due to begin shortly.

The Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton, said, “I am delighted to welcome this announcement and look forward to working closely with Dell as they grow their operations in Ireland.”

Reports from Twitter say the Ministers phone went off during the announcement.

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Martin Shanahan, CEO of IDA Ireland said, “Dell is a very significant employer in Ireland with sites across the country”.

The investment announced today builds on the decision announced in September 2013 to locate the EMEA headquarters for Dell’s Financial Services business in Ireland.

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