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150 ICT Jobs announced with Equifax

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150 ICT Jobs announced with Equifax


Thursday, November 30, 2017 




150 ICT Jobs announced with Equifax

US financial technology company Equifax said it will create 150 new jobs in Dublin over the next 12 months, bringing its total Irish workforce to more than 350. 

 The Atlanta-headquartered company opened a new IT development centre on Sir Rogerson's Quay last September.

"We said last year that we were betting on Dublin to deliver the talent we need, and that bet has paid off significantly," said Paul O’Dwyer, IT Development Centre Leader.

The credit-monitoring giant also has a separate facility in Wexford where it employs 100 people.  This facitliy was it set up over 20 years ago.

Equifax provides information that enables consumers, businesses and governments to compile and monitor credit scores.

The company's Dublin IT Development Centre develops new and advanced solutions for its global customers.

Equifax expects to fill the new vacancies over the next 12 months. The new jobs announced today will mostly be filled by software engineers, business analysts, and other IT specialists.

For a list of jobs currently being advertised with Equifax click here

Martin Shanahan, IDA Ireland's chief executive, said that Equifax has greatly bolstered Dublin's reputation as a tech hub within Europe by choosing to double its Irish workforce just a year after opening its Dublin IT facility.

"This expansion also demonstrates that Ireland has both the necessary business infrastructure and talent pool to continue to attract global services companies here," Mr Shanahan added.

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