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Facebook to hire about 100 new staff for European Headquarters this year
As Facebook looks to hire 100 new employees in 2013 it has released a video showing what it’s like to work in their European Headquarters in Dublin.
Why Google, Twitter, Facebook & others need to fill thousands job vacancies in Ireland
In Ireland , Google, Microsoft, Oracle, Symantec, Twitter, PayPal, and Intel need to fill thousands of jobs, and they’re looking over sees for applicants.
Facebook is expanding its workforce in Ireland, 100 new jobs available
Facebook is expanding its workforce at its international headquarters in Ireland, adding 100 new positions and growing the company’s total head count to 500 at its base in Ireland’s capital, Dublin.
Unprecedented recruitment campaign from Twitter, Google, Facebook & others to entice tech talent to Dublin
Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Oracle, Symantec, Twitter, and Intel launch a major joint recruitment campaign because they need you to work for them in Dublin.
30 new jobs at payment processing firm based in Ireland
OmniPay, a payment processing company that established itself in Ireland in 2000 has announced, with the support of IDA Ireland, that it is to create a further 30 jobs at its headquarters in Dublin over the next six months.
Twitter seeking to expand UK and Ireland sales force in 2013
Twitter is seeking to expand its sales efforts in the United Kingdom and Ireland (UKI) in 2013 as it introduces a new Sales Manager role at its international office in Dublin, Ireland.
Green economy could create 10,000 jobs in Ireland by 2015
The green economy has the potential to create 10,000 extra jobs in Ireland by 2015 according to a report published today by the country’s jobs minister, Richard Bruton.
Got a question for Twitter? They’ll be hosting a #Tweetversation this Thursday
Twitter’s EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa) Director of Online Sales, Stephen McIntyre, will be hosting the company’s first #tweetversation this Thursday
100 jobs on offer at Microsoft Ireland
Microsoft has revealed that it intends to fill 100 job positions at its headquarters in Dublin in areas such as development, operations, sales and supply chain.
Facebook building mobile engineering team in London
Facebook is building a new engineering team in London that will work on “key areas” like mobile and platform announced Philip Su earlier today, the new lead of engineering at Facebook’s London offices.
Skype confirms summer hiring spree
Skype has confirmed its rumoured hiring spree, stating that it needs to hire 400 people by the end of summer to “keep pace” with current growth.
Twitter seeking to fill 12 new positions at Dublin office
Twitter is continuing to hire at its European headquarters in Dublin, with 12 new positions posted to its jobs site earlier today. This brings to 15 the total number of positions currently being sought to “help build Twitter’s newest office”.
PayPal set to announce a further 1,000 jobs in Ireland
PayPal, the online payments giant, is expected to announce the creation of a further 1,000 jobs in Ireland later today. The company already employs more than 1,500 people at its European Headquarters in Blanchardstown since initially arriving in Ireland in 2003.
MSD officially opens two new €28.6 million health-care facilities in Cork
Pharmaceutical company MSD has officially opened two new facilities at their existing Brinny site near Innishannon, Cork. The two new facilities, the Brinny Bioassay Centre of Expertise and the Brinny Pneumococcal Vaccine Conjugation Facility, represent a financial investment of €28.6 million and the provision of 70 jobs.
Cloud computing firm Marketo creates 125 jobs in Dublin
Cloud computing firm Marketo are to create 125 jobs over the next three years in Dublin, Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton will announce this morning. The IDA Ireland backed initiative will see the California-based company deliver business-to-business marketing automation software across Europe.