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Huge Employment Opportunities in Tech Sector

1,275 Tech Jobs Announced in the last week

Huge Employment Opportunities in Tech Sector

June has been a bumper month for jobs announcements and in particular jobs in the tech sector.  Check out the companies below who are recruiting for tech positions. The four companies listed below combined have announced 1,275 jobs!!!

Amazon Web Services (AWS) 1,000 Jobs in Dublin

Amazon Web Services topped the bill last week by announcing over 1,000 jobs. The jobs will be in areas including software engineering, network engineering, data specialisation and machine learning and will be based at the firm’s current Dublin sites in Blanchardstown, Tallaght, the city centre, and north Co Dublin. Currently Amazon has over 2,500 employees in Ireland.

AWS, is a subsidiary of the online giant Amazon. It offers cloud services spanning computer power, database storage and content delivery. The new jobs will be spread across both AWS and its parent company.

 

Avanade 100 Jobs in Dublin

Leading digital innovator Avanade last week announced the launch of its business in Ireland.

Established by Accenture and Microsoft in 2000, Avanade today has 30,000+ professionals who provide digital, IT and advisory services to clients all over the world across a range of industries including retail, banking and healthcare. Avanade’s presence in Dublin’s Grand Canal Square represents the 24th location in the company’s expanding global footprint.

Avanade is interested in recruiting people who have a passion for Microsoft technologies and whose skills reflect market trends. Right now, for Avanade, areas like CRM, Digital, Cloud and AI are of particular interest. IT specialists with these skills are encouraged to visit www.avanade.ie to check for open roles.

Forcepoint 100 Jobs in Cork

Forcepoint, a US-based cyber security company, is to create 100 jobs in Cork. Staff will be hired during a three-year expansion plan, with most of the jobs coming on stream in year one, mostly in the area of software engineering.

Forcepoint provides cloud security, network security, as well as data and insider threat security for 20,000 government organisations and enterprises in 150 countries worldwide. 

Forcepoint opened a new office in Cork last week, with support from the Government through IDA Ireland. Recruitment for the new positions has already begun.

Truata 75 Jobs in Dublin

Truata, a data analytics and anonymisation company founded by IBM and Mastercard has chosen Dublin as the location for its headquarters where it plans to hire up to 75 staff this year. Truata plans to hire data analysts, data scientists and engineers for its newly opened Dublin headquarters.

Truata, in helping companies comply with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), anonymises data sets by stripping out key details such as a person’s contact information. In particular, the company will assist companies in the automotive, airline, insurance and banking space to safely anonymise a person’s data.Last month, artificial intelligence and internet of things company C3 IoT joined Truata as a beneficiary and technology provider.

 
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