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IT Alliance announces 100 new Tech Jobs

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IT Alliance announces 100 new Tech Jobs


Wednesday, February 11, 2015 




IT Alliance announces 100 new Tech Jobs

Dublin-based IT outsourcing company IT Alliance is expanding significantly as the Irish tech jobs market continues to improve. Already employing 500 people, the company plans to expand their workforce by hiring 100 new staff.

The roles will be across various tech and project manager roles, reflecting demand across three aspects of the tech environment – IT multinationals, the corporate sector and the move towards cloud.

We have noticed a significant increase in demand as a result of growing business confidence since the summer,” says IT Alliance’s Dara Mullen.

“Many companies are now moving ahead on IT projects which had previously been shelved because of the downturn.

“This is reflected in the fact in 2015 companies are looking to hire IT teams rather than one or two contractors, as was the case this time last year. For the first time since the financial crash of 2008, we are also seeing more buoyancy in rates for specific contractors.”

Commenting on particular skills that were in demand across the whole Irish IT industry, she referred to:

  • Cloud architects
  • Programme managers
  • SharePoint
  • .NET
  • Java and
  • Technical architects

According to research conducted by IT Alliance group, across its customer base, project managers are the most in-demand roles at the moment. Software developers – including SharePoint, Java, .NET, CRM, testing and analysts – are next in line, with infrastructure experts like technical architects, datacentre specialists and cloud consultants rounding off the top three.

For more information on careers with IT Alliance click here. Current job vacancies with IT Alliance can also be found on IrishJobs.ie

The company will be in attendance at Career Zoo on 21st February at Dublin’s Convention Centre for an opportunity to meet face to face with company employees. 

The announcement follows Morgan McKinley’s latest report which highlighted the buoyancy of the ICT sector nationally with an increased demand for permanent and contract professionals particularly for developers with experience in programming languages such as Java, .Net and UI.

Learn more about the thriving IT sector in Ireland.

Source: siliconrepublic.com

The CareersPortal Team