100 IT jobs announced for Dublin

100 IT jobs announced for Dublin

100 new jobs at an Irish Software company are being announced this morning.

Globoforce is expanding its Dublin headquarters and plans to grow internationally over the next three years.

The company is looking for highly skilled software engineers, analysts and developers in its first round of recruitment.

It hopes to fill 50 of the positions within this year - with the remainder to be filled over the next three years.

Dublin native, Eric Mosley, co-founder and CEO of Globoforce said: “These are very exciting times for Globoforce…

"“Building an award-winning culture starts with your employees and in Globoforce we have the best people in the business.

" As the company expands, we have a strategy of reinvesting profits into research and development driving thought leadership and innovation across all our platforms."

Chief Executive of Enterprise Ireland Julie Sinnamon said: “Enterprise Ireland welcomes today’s announcement of 100 new jobs and Globoforce’s move to its new Dublin headquarters. Globoforce is an inspiring example of an Irish founded company that demonstrates global ambition when it comes to building a strong export business out of this country. "

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