Accountancy firm to create jobs in Cork and Dublin

Seventeen new jobs are on the way to Cork and Dublin, it was announced today.

Contracting PLUS, an Irish accountancy firm, have announced investment and expansion plans today which will see 30 positions in total created across Ireland, the UK and Europe.

The company provides solutions to more than 3,000 professional contractors in sectors including aviation, engineering, IT and pharmaceutical.

Welcoming the announcement, the Minister for Research and Innovation Mr Sean Sherlock said:

“Delivering strong export growth is fundamental delivering the economic recovery we are all working so hard to achieve.

Internationalising our services sector is one of the areas that offers particular potential for export growth.

“Through the Action Plan for Jobs, the Government is determined to support Irish services such as Contracting Plus to help them build their overseas business and support valuable job creation at home.”

Commenting on the announcement, Michael Dineen, chairperson and founder of Contracting PLUS said: “We were delighted when the opportunity arose to buy out our minority shareholder and become a wholly owned Irish company.

“We have seen significant growth in the flexible workforce in Ireland and our company has expanded in line with that growth.

“We are delighted to take this opportunity to announce our rebrand which we believe reflects more accurately what we do. Contracting PLUS will continue to provide contractors and the contracting market with expert accounting solutions and assist in contracting related queries both nationally and internationally.

“We have ambitious growth plans and will actively be recruiting for the new roles in the coming months. The jobs will range from graduate to management level across a number of disciplines including Sales & Marketing, Finance, Tax, Payroll and IT.”

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