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30 Jobs for Dublin with PlanNet21 Communications

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30 Jobs for Dublin with PlanNet21 Communications


Thursday, July 09, 2015 




30 Jobs for Dublin with PlanNet21 Communications

Technology firm PlanNet21 Communications is to invest €20 million building a data centre in Dublin and will expand its workforce by 30 employees.

The company is relocating to a new headquarters at Citywest Business Campus this month to accommodate staff growth, however the data centre will be located at a separate location in Blanchardstown and is due to open in November.

Recruitment will be mainly in the areas of engineering and professional services.

PlanNet21 chief executive Peter Carroll said: “This is going to take us to the next level in the Irish and European market place and we feel the time is right to reinvest in our business.”

Current job vacancies advertised with PlanNet21 include:

  • Voice Engineer
  • Contact Centre Developer
  • Sales Executive
  • Microsoft Technologies Developer

For more information on these jobs including details on how you can apply click here.

About the Company

Founded in 1998, PlanNet21 helps US companies establish or expand their operations in Europe and Asia. It deploys unified communications, data centre, wireless mobility, virtualisation and networking services on behalf of companies such as Dell, Cisco, NetApp, Polycom, VMware, Zendesk, and Palo Alto Networks.

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Source: The Irish Times 9/7/15

The CareersPortal Team