Amazon to create 500 new jobs in Ireland

Amazon to create 500 new jobs in Ireland

Amazon has announced that it plans to create 500 new jobs in Ireland over the next couple of years. In a notice posted on its blog yesterday (30 May), Amazon said: “In Dublin, the highly-skilled roles include data centre technicians, software engineers and customer support staff among others, to be hired over the next two years at a number of facilities.”

Jeff Caselden, General Manager, Amazon Ireland, commented: “We’ve been an active member of the Irish technology community for over a decade now and Ireland’s creative culture and the diverse set of technical skills we’re able to recruit for here, make it an ideal location for our rapidly expanding business. Some of our most exciting creations we have at Amazon stem from the work we do here for our customers.”

 

 

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