Corporate training firm to create 110 jobs in Dublin

Corporate training firm to create 110 jobs in Dublin

There are 110 new jobs being created by NIIT Limited who are setting up a European office in Dublin.

The corporate training company, which has its headquarters in India, says it chose Ireland because of the creative and technical talents of workers as well as their multilingual skills.

The positions will be rolled out over the next five years.

The new roles will include high-end engineers, creative writers, and digital media professionals. Other roles will be for trainers, multilingual customer service support, and project managers.

The development is supported by the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation through IDA (Industrial Development Authority) Ireland.

Taoiseach Enda Kenny said in a joint press statement with the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi: "I also welcome the NIIT Company here to Ireland with a 110 jobs, with the IDA working strongly in terms of foreign direct investments here."

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