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100 new jobs with Designer Group

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100 new jobs with Designer Group


Friday, May 12, 2017 




100 new jobs with Designer Group

Designer Group Limited has today announced the creation of 100 new jobs at its Dublin base in Blanchardstown.

The mechanical, electrical, engineering and energy services company said the new positions will come on stream over the coming year.

Designer Group is officially opening a new €2m office space in Blanchardstown today. The additional jobs will bring the number of people employed by the company to 750, having added 250 staff in the past two years.

Details of current vacancies and career opportunities with Designer Group are available here.

Apprenticeships

130 apprentices are also employed by the company, with training provided at its former office base which has now been converted into a dedicated training centre. Details of apprenticeship opportunities are available here.

An Irish company, Designer Group has offices in Ireland and Germany. It also operates in the UK, Africa and the US. The company was set up in 1992 and provides services to commercial and industrial customers, with clients including Irish Life, Yahoo, Dropbox and Bristol Myers Squibb.

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