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Ethos to create 150 new jobs in Ireland

    Ethos to create 150 new jobs in Ireland

Ethos has announced that it is to create 150 new jobs in Ireland in the next four years as part of Going for Growth, its ambitious national and international EMEA

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Integer to add up to 200 jobs as it expands Galway operations

    Integer to add up to 200 jobs as it expands Galway operations

Company to invest an estimated $30m in new manufacturing facility Medical device outsource manufacturer Integer is to expand its Galway operations with the construction of a new manufacturing facility that could lead

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Construction specialist ESS Modular creating 70 Manchester jobs welcomed by Leo Varadkar

    Construction specialist ESS Modular creating 70 Manchester jobs welcomed by Leo Varadkar

The creation of about 70 jobs in Manchester by a Republic of Ireland construction specialist has been welcomed by the country’s Tánaiste, Leo Varadkar. The news of the move by

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CIF calling for reopening of construction sector in April

    CIF calling for reopening of construction sector in April

The Director General of the Construction Industry Federation is warning that the Level 5 restrictions are having a significant impact on house building and he says it is crucial the

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British recruitment drive for builders sparks fear of exodus

    British recruitment drive for builders sparks fear of exodus

Sites closed over virus construction ban forcing skilled machine operators to leave UK construction companies are actively recruiting Irish workers, sparking fears of a major skills exodus as most building

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Center Parcs €233 million investment to 750 construction jobs in Longford

    Center Parcs €233 million investment to 750 construction jobs in Longford

Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Mary Mitchell O’Connor believes that the small town of Ballymahon in Co Longford is set to be the focal point as the midlands undergoes

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Less than 1% of apprentices on state schemes in Ireland are women

    Less than 1% of apprentices on state schemes in Ireland are women

The government is facing sharp criticism after figures released by Solas revealed that only 52 of the 9,587 state apprenticeships so far this year are occupied by women. The further

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Construction Workers Skills Register Debuts for Better Building Standards

A Construction Workers Skills Register (CWSR) was introduced to grant construction and craft workers to register their skills and display their ongoing undetaking to the ongoing learning in their careers.

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Pfizer to Have Jobs in Grange Castle Expansion and Construction Jobs

The company, Pfizer will make up to 350 new jobs due to current multi-million euro expansion of its Grange Castle Campus in Dublin.

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Ireland has Less Female Graduates in Engineering, Manufacturing and Construction Compared to Other Countries in the EU

During the year of 2014, nearly five million tertiary education students graduated within the European Union (EU).

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CIF urges students to consider a career in construction

Construction Industry Federation advises school leavers to consider a career in construction. “The construction industry is recovering strongly and is worth more than €14 billion to the Irish economy. So there

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Glan Agua creates 60 jobs in Galway

Glan Agua a company specialising in waste water treatment is to create 60 jobs in Co Galway. The company is doubling its existing workforce with an expansion of its Irish and UK

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New €100m Alexion facility in Athlone

Alexion Pharmaceuticals has announced it is to construct a new €100 million manufacturing facility in Athlone which will create 50 new jobs. The planned biologics unit will be an expansion

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CIF Urges Students to Have a Career in Construction

The CAO Change of Mind application closed on 1st July, causing the Construction Industry Federation (CIF) to urge graduates to consider a career in construction.

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Masonite Ireland creating 30 jobs for Leitrim

Masonite Ireland has announced that it will be creating 30 additional jobs at its plant in Carrick-on-Shannon, Co.Leitrim. The company currently employs 143 staff at its Co Leitrim plant and is hoping

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150 new jobs for Cork

150 jobs have been promised for Cork by a commercial property company, should planning permission be granted in the coming weeks. JCD Group has announced a new €200m investment into

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KSSL announces 50 new jobs in Longford

Kiernan Structural Steel is to create 50 jobs at its  new state-of-the-art extension to its Longford structural steel manufacturing facility. The Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Mary Mitchell O’Connor

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JCD Group Bringing Over 150 Jobs to Cork

New construction for a commercial property company is expected to create 150 jobs for Cork as they are looking for employees to run the new data center. The JCD Group

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Microsoft to construct 4 data centres in Dublin

Microsoft has been given the green light to construct 4 data centres in Dublin that are likely to involve an investment of  €900m. Almost 1,800 construction jobs will be supported by

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Shire to create 700 temporarily construction jobs

Dublin based biotechnology company, Shire is to create 400 new jobs in Co Meath over the next four years.  The firm is to build a new $400m biologics manufacturing plant

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PADDY Power is set to crop 300 jobs subsequent its merger with Betfair.

  The group will now purpose to cut 650 jobs from its workforce of 7,200. Approximately 300 of the job cuts are estimated to affect operations in the Republic of

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Reasons for optimism as students look to construction courses

After a gap of nearly ten years, construction and property related courses are once again in vogue for secondary students heading to college. Recruitment specialist Hays Ireland, believes the recent gain

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