Taxi and ride-sharing company Uber is to create 150 jobs in Limerick before the end of this year.
PAREXEL is to create 130 new jobs at its new “global decision-making hub” in Kilmainham, Dublin, it was announced today.
Pepper Ireland has today announced it is creating 50 new positions in Dublin and Shannon with recruitment to begin immediately.
Global healthcare company GSK is recruiting 50 permanent and temporary staff in Sligo this year, the company has announced.
Blue Insurance has today pledged to create 100 new jobs in Dublin over the next two years.
Fifity jobs have been created at a fast-growing technology business.
Fifty new jobs are to be created in Roscommon town.
Some 150 jobs are to be created with the expansion of two companies in Dublin and Galway.
Computer technology company Dell is creating 100 new jobs in Limerick.
UK resort company Center Parcs has pledged to create 1,000 permanent jobs with the proposed creation of a holiday village at Newcastle Wood in Co Longford.
Hundreds of jobs are to be created with one of the UK’s biggest holiday firms planning to open a park at a forest in the Midlands.
US-based testing company Prometric is to help create 40 jobs in Dundalk, it was announced today.
One hundred jobs are being announced today by a Waterford-based technology company.
Thirty new jobs are on the way for Co Cavan.
Ninety new jobs have been announced at a software company in Dublin.
A total of 450 new jobs are to be created at the Liffey Valley shopping centre in Dublin.
Two hundred jobs are to be created by an €8m redevelopment project in Nenagh, Co Tipperary.
150 new jobs have been announced in the east and west of the country this morning.
Accenture is set to hire around 250 people into its workforce in Ireland by September this year.
An international clinical research company is to open a new innovation hub in Dublin creating 200 jobs.
One hundred jobs are to be created in Co Cork, it was announced today.
Panda Recycling is to create 50 new jobs in Dublin over the next six months, it was announced today.
More than 15,000 jobs were created by IDA-backed companies in Ireland last year.
A total of 80 new jobs are to be created as a result of an €8.2m investment at the Musgrave Retail Partners Ireland depot in Fonthill, Dublin, the company has announced.
Discount retailer Dealz is creating 80 new jobs across three new stores.
Carphone Warehouse has today announced an €6m investment in a new data centre to power its own mobile operator, which will launch in July 2015.
Netwatch is creating 50 new jobs at its HQ in Carlow this year, it was announced today.
Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton has welcomed the announcement of almost 2,000 new jobs this week.
Thirty more tech jobs are being announced this morning in Dublin.
One hundred new high-skill jobs are to be created in Co Westmeath.
Supermarket chain Tesco has created 104 new jobs with the opening of its newest store in Cork this morning.
Audi Ireland has today pledged to create 30 new jobs with the opening of Audi Limerick on October 31.
LinkedIn looks set to double its workforce in Dublin.
Some 140 new jobs are to come on stream in Limerick.
An outsourcing field sales and marketing company is to take on 300 new staff across Ireland.
At least 100 jobs are expected to be announced at the Mater Private Hospital in Mahon, Cork today.
More than 190 full and temporary positions are being created in Dublin, Cork, Donegal and Meath in four separate job announcements today.
More than 80 new jobs are set to come on stream at security firm Homesecure.
Up to 100 jobs are to be created with the expansion of three companies in Dublin, Cork and Laois.
Sixty new jobs have been created at a new 24-hour McDonald's restaurant on Dublin's southside.
Online city guide Yelp is to create 100 jobs at its new European headquarters in Ireland, it has announced.
One hundred new jobs have been announced for Galway.
A home-grown technical support company has vowed to take on 350 new staff with its latest expansion.
Online accommodation booking firm Airbnb is to double the number of people employed at its newly-opened European headquarters in Dublin, it was announced this morning.
Fifty new jobs have been announced in Cork.
Thirty new technology-based positions will come on stream in Cork over the next two years.
US electronics firm, Tyco, has announced plans to create up to 500 jobs over the next three years through the establishment of a new business services centre in Cork
Microsoft is to create up to 400 construction jobs with a major new investment in Leopardstown in Dublin.
Twenty new jobs are on the way to Co Wicklow at what is claimed to be the world's first carbon control centre.
A total of 75 new jobs have been announced in Dublin today.
Computer giant Dell is to create 300 jobs at a new bank.
200 new jobs have been announced for Co Louth today.
Sixty new jobs have been announced by Field Management Ireland.
Seventy five jobs are to be created across three multinational companies in Co Laois, Co Galway and Co Longford.
Netwatch is to create 20 new jobs at its communications hub in Carlow.
Ninety jobs are to be created at four fast-growing companies in Dublin, Jobs minister Richard Bruton has announced.
A Japanese global healthcare company is creating 416 jobs in Northern Ireland.
Online deals provider Groupon is to take on 20 new staff in Dublin, it has revealed.
Twenty four new jobs are on the way to Co Louth.
Seventy new manufacturing jobs have been announced in Kells in Co Meath, as part of the government's action plan for jobs.