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Donal Og Cusack

Automation/Energy Engineer

Sustainable Energy Authority

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50 New Jobs for Sligo with GSK Ireland

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50 New Jobs for Sligo with GSK Ireland


Thursday, July 16, 2015 




50 New Jobs for Sligo with GSK Ireland

Global healthcare company GSK are taking on 50 people this year across a range of disciplines including:

  • Engineering
  • Quality
  • Technical
  • Logistics
  • Finance and
  • Project management

The recruitment drive will include permanent and temporary staff for the Sligo operation and will take place this year.

Recruitment is already underway, with the remaining 25 to be recruited before the end of the year. This recruitment drive will increase the total headcount at the site to 250 by the end of the year.

GSK Sligo is a science-led global healthcare company. It manufactures a wide range of skin healthcare products for over 70 markets globally.

Announcing the jobs, Kevin Wright site director of GSK Sligo, said: "It is fantastic to be celebrating our 40th year in Sligo with such positive news on the jobs front. "It is thanks to the dedicated staff here in Sligo that the business is growing. "We believe in recruiting and investing in top quality people and offer competitive packages to ensure that we can achieve this."

Search and apply for jobs with GSK Ireland here

The CareersPortal Team