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Irish GIS company eSpatial hiring 10 new positions in Dublin

Irish GIS company eSpatial hiring 10 new positions in Dublin
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iSMART webGIS screenshoteSpatial, an Irish company that provides GIS (Geographical Information Systems), and online mapping and analysis services is hiring ten new positions for their headquarters in Dublin.

The new positions are predominantly within technical departments, which eSpatial say reflects the substantial investment they continue to make in technology, and in particularly their web-based service delivery model, as opposed to desktop software.

Philip O’Doherty, CEO of eSpatial, stated:

“Even in a recession, competition for top talent can be fierce. We’re delighted to welcome individuals of such a high calibre to our team, and look forward to further expansion, particularly with the future success of our SaaS business.”

A list of open positions can be found on eSpatial’s careers page. Openings include software development and support consultants, database architects, web application user interface developers, senior Java developers, and a senior IT operations engineer.

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