Fujitsu to create 35 new jobs in Dublin over six months

Fujitsu Ireland has said is looking to recruit 35 new employees in Ireland over the next six months.

The positions, which will be based in Swords, Co Dublin, add to the 30 positions already filled by the IT company this year.

The jobs include both technical and business roles in the following areas: Project management, Java, Oracle, network architecture and security, as well as bid management.

The announcement was made at this morning’s Dublin Chamber of Commerce Smart Series breakfast event which is sponsored by Fujitsu Ireland.

Speaking at the event, Ronan Coy, strategic projects director, Fujitsu Ireland commented: “At Fujitsu Ireland, we are looking for a selection of candidates across technical and business roles to join our team which consists of 350 people.

“As the third largest IT solutions provider globally and among the top five in Ireland, new hires will join a network of some 159,000, benefiting from the company’s 80 year heritage of excellence and innovation.

“With excellent opportunities for growth, we are looking to recruit people who are customer focused and solution driven, and motivated to work in a dynamic and challenging environment”.

Commenting on the announcement, Tony O’Malley CEO Fujitsu Ireland said: "I am delighted that we are today announcing our intention to increase our number of employees in Ireland.

"These new appointments confirm our commitment to our customers, the Irish economy and indeed also our client team across Ireland, as we expand both our capacity and knowledge base”.

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