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The Irish Local Development Network (ILDN) have criticised the Government’s proposal to replace the employment service delivered by Local Employment Services (LES). The new Regional Employment Service which seeks to replace existing Jobs Clubs and Local Employment Services which have been assisting those out of work in Communities for 25 years is being initiated in […]
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Image courtesy of www.fitzroviait.com Hiring more than 70 Republic of Ireland-based roles. BT Sourced, the innovative new procurement arm of global communications provider BT, is kicking off a recruitment drive for more than 70 roles, based in central Dublin, as it gets ready to open for business in April.BT Sourced is a new, standalone procurement […]
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Microsoft Ireland is to create 200 engineering roles to strengthen its existing Dublin-based team of over 600 engineers. The company has also unveiled details of its new €27 million Engineering Hub at its growing campus in Leopardstown, Dublin. Monday’s announcement represents a further significant investment by the company in Ireland. Upon conclusion of the current
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Amazon has announced that it is creating another 1,000 permanent jobs in Ireland over the next two years. The “highly-skilled” roles will be based across the company’s Cork and Dublin sites. The move will bring Amazon’s permanent workforce in Ireland to 5,000. The jobs being created will include: software development engineers,  network
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The 2018 gradireland Graduate Salary & Graduate Recruitment Trends Survey gauges the temperature of the graduate recruitment market in terms of what employers are paying, what skills are in demand, what recruitment methods are most common and much more. The gradireland Graduate Salary & Graduate Recruitment Trends Survey 2018 was published earlier this year and
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According to new research by LinkedIn, there is an increasing influx of professional talent into Ireland, with 18% more professionals coming into Ireland than leaving the country in Q3 2015. The LinkedIn reseach analysed member updates between July and September, tracking movements and trends between countries and job sectors. It found that in Ireland the […]