Ireland’s Sláinte Healthcare to create 80 jobs in 2014

December employment roundup continues with news that Dublin-based Sláinte Healthcare will create 80 jobs in 2014. Sláinte Healthcare to create 80 jobs Sláinte Healthcare, a provider of technology and services to the acute healthcare sector, has announced it will create 80 new jobs in 2014. Sláinte Healthcare was founded in 2006, and has its headquarters […]

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Last budget ‘helped create jobs’

Measures introduced in last year’s budget have helped create employment and boost the commercial property and financial services sector, according to the Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan. Speaking to the Dublin Chamber of Commerce, Mr Noonan said that there had been a broad-based recovery in the employment market with the agri-food, manufacturing and financial services […]

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Consultancy firm to create 25 jobs

The consultancy firm Aramark Ireland is creating 25 jobs in its energy management division over the next 12-18 months to meet growing demand in the “green business” sector. The growth in “green energy” projects follows EU efforts to make the region a competitive, low-carbon economy, explains Aramark chief executive Donal O’Brien. “Realising the energy efficiency […]

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FeedHenry raises €7m in funding, to create more than 100 new jobs

Waterford-headquartered cloud and mobile software player FeedHenry has secured €7m in a funding round led by Intel Capital. The injection of funding will lead to the creation of more than 100 jobs at the company’s Wateford and Dublin offices. Ireland’s Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Minister Richard Bruton, TD, and the new investors visited the Waterford […]

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Technology firms to create 101 jobs

A total of 101 new jobs are being created by three Irish technology companies. Fineos, a global provider of claims management software for the insurance industry based in Dublin, will create 50 jobs in the coming months. Opensky, a provider of business technology solutions, based in Naas, will create 30 jobs over the next 18 […]

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Bruton: Trade deal could bring at least 4,000 jobs to Ireland

Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton said today that a transatlantic trade deal with the US could bring more than 4,000 jobs to Ireland. Richard Bruton is holding high-level talks with US officials at Dublin Castle today in a bid to secure agreement on a new trade deal between America and Europe. So […]

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