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40 Roles to be Filled in Guidewire Software

Guidewire expands operations in Dublin Office with estimated growth of 100 jobs by end of 2019

Guidewire Software, Inc. (NYSE: GWRE), a global provider of software products to the general insurance industry, today announced further expansion of its operations in Ireland looking to fill about 40 roles by the end of August.

As the business grows, there are a range of roles available, including:

  •  Build and release engineer
  •  Consulting and engineering managers
  •  Operations, cloud services and site reliability engineers
  •  Product managers
  •  Project and programme managers
  •  Software engineers and testers, all levels
  •  Technical consultants, all levels
  •  UX designers

Further details are available at:  https://careers.guidewire.com/

Guidewire now employs almost 300 staff, making Dublin the largest office outside the United States, where the company is headquartered. Between December 2015 and December 2017, Dublin office headcount increased by almost 50%, and Guidewire plans for recruitment to continue apace, with anticipated staff growth of at least 100 by the end of 2019.  

Established in 2011, Guidewire’s Irish base provides Professional Services consultancy and software Product Development support to enterprise customers around the world; global customer numbers stand at 330. Guidewire’s largest Professional Services team is based in the Dublin office, and provides consulting expertise, services enablement, and education resources to customers in their transformation programmes.    

The Dublin base is also one of Guidewire’s eleven global Product Development Centres, including Kraków, Tokyo, Toronto, and seven in the US. This unit builds Guidewire Core products and is the global centre for building Digital products.  

In addition, Guidewire has announced recently two senior promotions at the Dublin office. Dan Lonborg was promoted to Vice President, Guidewire InsuranceSuite™ Development (Guidewire’s core system suite), and non-US product content. This is the first VP appointment for Guidewire in Ireland. Niall Lalor was promoted to Country Manager Ireland, in addition to his role of Practice Director for the Global Services Centre.  

“Continued recruitment to both Professional Services and Product Development is vital for us,” said Sandia Ren, Vice President, Professional Services. “We have seen growth of 20% in our Dublin Professional Services team since September 2017 alone, and plan to continue on this trajectory through to the summer. This allows us to extend expertise in a range of practices, including Digital and Cloud.”  

Ian Creamer, Vice President HR, EMEA, Guidewire said “As an employer, Guidewire works hard to offer satisfying and rewarding career progression, and in Dublin we welcome recruits both at graduate and experienced professional level.”  

Heather Humphreys TD, Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation warmly welcomed this expansion and additional job creation by Guidewire.  Executive Director of IDA Ireland, Mary Buckley, said, “The continued expansion of Guidewire’s Dublin operation over the last few years is testament to Ireland’s strength as a leading destination for both software and global business services sectors.’’  

The Guidewire office in Dublin was recently named as one of the top ten 'Best Large Workplaces in Ireland', in the large company category, by the Great Places to Work organisation.

Information sourced from www.idaireland.com

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