Over 560 jobs for Dublin city

Over 560 new jobs are expected to be created in Dublin in three different companies.

The Irish Times reported this morning that Stream Global Services based in Santry are to create 400 jobs by the end the year.

Most of these are in technical support. Recruitment has begun, jobs are listed on the companies website at careers.stream.com and on jobs.ie.

Stream previously confirmed it would use it’s Santry offices for a contract it won with Microsoft to offer technical support  in 16 different languages for the Xbox 360 console (pictured).

The Irish Times also reported that networking site LinkedIn said it would add 35 finance positions to its planned international base in Dublin. See linkedin.com/jobs for more. The same newspaper reported, Irish banking software firm, Fenergo, are to create 33 jobs at EastPoint Business Park over the next three years.

Meanwhile, the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Innovation today said Spencer Stuart is to create 100 tech jobs in the next fives years. The firm is an executive search consultancy.

The department said the company are at present still looking for a premises in Dublin, but recruiting for the jobs immediately. Those wishing to apply for the IT positions at Spencer Stuart are advised to email irelandjobs@spencerstuart.com.

Announcing the jobs today, Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Innovation, Batt O’Keeffe said: “Shortly after taking office, I met senior Spencer Stuart executives in their Chicago offices where we discussed their business model and investment opportunities in Ireland”.

“Almost three months on, the Government is delighted to announce 100 jobs in Spencer Stuart and the firm is a welcome addition to Ireland’s thriving internationally traded services sector”.

IMAGE: Photo by Microsoft of the company’s redesigned Xbox 360 console.

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