22 Jan 2019

Almost 5,000 New Jobs Announced in the Last Week

By Pamela DoyleDirector & Ideation Manager

It's been an unbelievable month for Job Announcements and the last week was no exception as almost 5,000 new jobs have been announced by a range of companies.

Organisations like Salesforce, Facebook, Boyce Precision Engineering, Decathlon, TLI, Eurofins, Celtic Wind Crops, Three.ie, Centreparcs, Glanbia, JYSK & Aldi are hiring across the board and the opportunities are spread right across the country; Dublin, Northern Ireland, Kerry, Dundalk, Limerick, Longford, Kilkenny, Cork and Nationwide with Aldi, so it’s never been a better time to consider your career options.

Here’s just a few links to help you research your next placement!

Where we found the careers pages we have listed them for you.

Sales Force – 1500 New Jobs, Dublin - To view their current available jobs in Ireland Visit here.

Facebook – 1000 New Jobs, Dublin, Meath & Cork - To view their current available jobs in Ireland Visit here.

Decathlon – 90 New Jobs, Dublin - To view their current available jobs in Ireland Visit here.

TLI after gaining ESB Networks’ contract – 100s of Jobs, Kerry also recruiting in Limerick, Northern Ireland & Tralee - To view their current available jobs in Ireland Visit here.

Boyce Precision Engineering – 27 New Jobs, Portadown. Read more here.

Eurofins, 150 New Jobs, Dublin - To view their current available jobs in Ireland Visit here.

Celtic Wind Crops - LOCAL CANNABIDIOL PRODUCER PLANS TO CREATE 250 JOBS IN DUNDALK - More information here.

Three announces - 30 new jobs for Customer Service Centre in Limerick - To view their current available jobs in Ireland Visit here.

Center Parcs - 900 roles, Longford - To view their current available jobs in Ireland Visit here.

Aldi announces 500 new jobs and introduction of new Living Wage for employees of €11.90 per hour. To view their current available jobs in Ireland Visit here.

Other recent job announcements:

The Sea Box Group, a leading modular and offsite heating solutions provider has launched two online ecommerce companies in Ireland. They will be based from Cork and will create 20 jobs. Read more here.

Glanbia Ireland plan to create 80 jobs in new €140 million Kilkenny facility.

It’s in a joint venture with Dutch group Royal A-Wear and it is due to be operational by 2022.

On top of that 100 new jobs will also be created during the construction phase. To view their current available jobs in Ireland Visit here.

Dairymaster, the milking equipment company headquartered in Co Kerry, is to hire people for 50 new jobs in 2019 - Read more here.

Danish IKEA-style homeware store JYSK to open 15 Irish stores with over 200 job vacancies - Read more here.

Visiblegy, a start-up working in the global pharmaceutical space, is set to hire 11 new staff as part of a new investment strategy. Fermanagh / Omagh - Read more here.

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