Harvey Nash Ireland to create 100 jobs over next two years
Deloitte and Saleforce also hiring as demand for skilled labour spreads beyond Dublin
Northern expansion: Deloitte is to create 300 jobs in Northern Ireland as part of an ongoing investment programme that is expected to grow its local workforce to 1,000 by 2020.
Tech recruitment firm Harvey Nash is to create 100 jobs throughout Ireland over the next two years.
The company said 40 of the roles would be directly with Harvey Nash Ireland in the areas of recruitment and support services.
The company’s consultancy division will account for the remaining 60 positions and will be spread across a number of core services, including life science, technology, finance and banking.
Harvey Nash Ireland expanded operations from Dublin into Cork in 2013 in response to the growing demand for skilled science and technology labour in the region.
The company’s managing director Sonya Curley said the demand for skilled labour started out in Dublin and is now spreading to other cities. “We’ve responded by opening our Cork office and planning a Galway office,” Ms Curley said.