Deloitte announces creation of up to 200 positions

Professional services provider Deloitte Ireland is recruiting for almost 200 positions across the firm, the company said today.

The positions are a combination of experienced hires in the firm’s Technology and Consulting Practice and graduate recruitment positions for 2011.

"Following a number of significant business wins recently, more than 30 technology consulting positions are currently available," the company said.

The roles are based in Dublin.

At least 150 graduate recruitment positions will also be available in the Dublin, Cork and Limerick offices across all departments of the firm.

Deloitte will be accepting applications on its dedicated graduate recruitment website - www.deloitte.com/ie/graduate - from Monday next

Pat Cullen, Managing Partner, Deloitte said the company was "delighted" to be offering the positions.

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