IT firm to create 150 jobs

Irish IT company Version 1 is to create 150 jobs across its Cork, Belfast and Dublin offices.

Irish IT company Version 1 is to create 150 jobs across its Cork, Belfast and Dublin offices.

The company is holding a recruitment drive for the positions which will come onstream over the next two years.

Managing Director Justin Keating said that the jobs will be filled on a phased basis.

"Initially there are 45 jobs that we have opened up right now and we need to fill those positions within the next three months," he said.

"Following that there will be a phased number of jobs each quarter until the end of next year."

Currenty employing 265 staff, Version 1 is an IT consulting and outsourced managed services company with 200 customers across the utilities, public, financial, pharmaceutical, retail, education and health sectors.

Meanwhile, the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton has welcomed the continued commitment of software company Bentleys to its Irish operations.

The company - which already employs 110 people at its Dublin office - will create more jobs over the coming months.

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