Home security firm to create 230 jobs
Up to 230 new jobs are on the way to 12 locations across the country at home security firm Phonewatch.
The expansion will more than double Phonewatch's Irish workforce, and the new roles will be based across sales, engineering and operations.
Jobs Minister Richard Bruton says this afternoon’s announcement is "very welcome" and is a "boost" to the aim of spreading the growth of new jobs across the regions.
Eoin Dunne, Phonewatch’s Managing Director, says the jobs will be based in Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Galway and Waterford as well as seven other major towns across Ireland.