Up to 1,200 New Jobs Have Been Announced For Dublin

By AmyBell

November 2, 2017 at 2:11pm

Up to 1,200 New Jobs Have Been Announced For Dublin

There has been a massive job boost for Dublin with close to 1,200 new positions set to become available in both the northside and southside of the city.

Dún Laoghaire Ferry Terminal is set to get a massive revamp which will feature a new business hub for technology, marine and design firms.

The 'Harbour Innovation Campus' is said to bring up to 1,000 new positions to the area and is due to be up and running by the middle of next year, 2018.

The new campus is said to lead up to €20 million investment into the building and the local economy over the next 10 years which will be very beneficial for the area.

Elsewhere, Dublin Aerospace which is Ireland's largest independent aircraft maintenance provider has announced they will be creating 150 new jobs over the space of the next three years.

The company hopes to double its turnover by 2023.

Talking about the job announcement, Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Frances Fitzgerald said, "It is testament to the vision of the team and the company’s highly skilled and dedicated staff that Dublin Aerospace is growing so confidently.

"Their renowned Aviation Apprenticeship and Trainee programmes ensure that they are delivering the highest standards to their customers, some of whom are the biggest airlines and aircraft leasing companies in the world."

If any of them tickle your fancy, make sure to keep an eye out.

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