Accountancy firm EY to create 270 new jobs
The jobs will be created in Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Waterford and Galway
The new positions are across a range of divisions including accounting, finance, engineering, IT, consultancy and business and include 220 jobs for experienced professionals, at salaries averaging more than €50,000 per annum. EY is also hiring a further 50 graduates in addition to the 200 graduates the firm recruits every year.
The company, whose workforce has risen by a quarter since 2014, will open a second office in Dublin, re-open its office in Galway where it plans to...
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