Software company Citrix creating 50 jobs in Dublin
7 October 2014
The computer software company Citrix is to increase its Dublin workforce by 50 this year, increasing the total workforce in Ireland to 265.
The new positions are in sales, IT shared services and technical support.
It is supported by the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation through IDA Ireland. Citrix has also recently invested €540,000 in its East Point facilities in Dublin to ensure it has the capacity available for future growth.
Citrix said a recruitment day would be held on Saturday 18 October.
Citrix Ireland Country Manager Grace O'Rourke Veitch announced: "The pool of highly skilled workers in the country has given us the confidence to continue to expand over the next four years as we develop technology to enable companies to work better in a dynamic and mobile world."
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