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Paul Galvan

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Department of Education and Skills

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I would advise them to ensure they enjoy working with young people. If possible try to get some teaching experience; I started out as a substitute teacher before applying for my H Dip in Education.
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150 new jobs for Drogheda

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150 new jobs for Drogheda


Thursday, March 02, 2017 




150 new jobs for Drogheda

US company, Mobile Technologies Inc, has announced plans for the creation of 150 new jobs in Drogheda, Co. Louth.

The new positions are to come on stream over the next three years, with recruitment already underway for a variety of tech based roles.

The US-based company says the jobs will be based at its newly established European Contact Centre HQ in Drogheda.

Mobile Technologies Inc (MTI) chose Ireland because of the talented and tech savvy workforce, the attractive business environment, and its membership of the EU.

Making the announcement, Minister for Jobs and Innovation Mary Mitchell O'Connor TD said the investment will provide a significant boost to the economy of the town and wider border region.

CEO of IDA Ireland, Martin Shanahan, said the developemnt will promote Drogheda as an ideal location for conducting international business.

Details of current vacancies and career opportunities with MTI can be found here.

The CareersPortal Team