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  Peter LaComber
Skills - organisation and attention to detail Interests - all things technical Education - basic engineering foundation course (degree or similar)

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15 New Jobs for Dublin with Benetel

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15 New Jobs for Dublin with Benetel

Thursday, July 30, 2015 

15 New Jobs for Dublin with Benetel

Irish wireless technology company Benetel is to create 15 jobs after after raising €750,000 in a funding round from AIB Seed Capital and Dublin BIC.

The company are looking to fill mainly technical roles such as engineers who specialise in small cell technology. Included in these vacancies are a number of senior positions.

Benetel currently have the following job vacancies at their Dublin headquarters advertised online:


  • RF Design Engineer (s)
  • Digital Hardware Design Engineer
  • Project Manager


  • Sales Specialist (Graduate Level)

For more information including details on how to apply click here.

Benetel is based in Dublin 8 and was founded in 2001 by a team of engineers with many years wireless product development and production experience. The expansion will bring the number of people employed at the company to 35.

Benetel is growing its presence in Ireland and in international markets, including the UK, USA, South America and a number of countries across Eastern Europe and Asia.

Explore Ireland’s ICT Sector HERE including all the latest sector job news.


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