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35 New Jobs with Fujitsu

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35 New Jobs with Fujitsu


Tuesday, October 20, 2015 




35 New Jobs with Fujitsu

Fujitsu Ireland has announced plans to hire 35 new staff over the next six months.

The new roles will be located at the company's office in Swords, Co Dublin. Fujitsu Ireland are seeking people who are customer focused, solution driven and motivated.

Fujitsu Ireland aim to add to the 30 positions already filled by the IT solutions provider earlier this year. The announcement was made at this morning’s Dublin Chamber of Commerce Smart Series breakfast event, which the company was sponsoring.

According to Fujitsu Ireland, the 35 jobs will be spread across a variety of technical and business roles including:

  • Project management
  • Network architecture and security
  • Java specialist
  • Oracle specialists and
  • Bid management

Speaking at the event this morning, Fujitsu Ireland’s strategic projects director, Ronan Coy, commented: “At Fujitsu Ireland, we are looking for a selection of candidates across technical and business roles to join our team which consists of 350 people. With excellent opportunities for growth, we are looking to recruit people who are customer focused and solution driven, and motivated to work in a dynamic and challenging environment”.

Also welcoming the announcement, CEO of Dublin Chamber of Commerce, Gina Quin, said: “Fujitsu’s expansion plans are a boost for the Dublin region and further evidence that the economic growth is continuing to pick up pace. “Fujitsu has been a major employer in Dublin for several decades and it is encouraging to see the firm continue to grow. We strive to make Dublin the best place in the world to do business and today’s announcement shows that we are succeeding.”

Details of career opportunities with Fujitsu Ireland are available here.

Source: siliconrepublic.com

The CareersPortal Team