Microsoft to create 100 jobs in the Dublin
19 September 2012
Software giant Microsoft has announced that it will be recruiting up 100 people to its site in Dublin ahead of a recruitment fair in the capital this weekend.
New roles will be available in development, operations, sales and supply chain.
Joe French, HR director of Microsoft Ireland, says: “As an industry we have a responsibility to ensure that we communicate the possibilities of a career in IT – and of the rewards that a career in IT in Ireland can deliver.
“It is critical for Ireland’s future economic stability that we showcase the employment opportunities available right now and seek to retain our bright, young people who have the skills that are badly needed in the country right now. Career Zoo presents an ideal opportunity for us to do that.”
Career Zoo was last held in February and attracted more than 10,000 visitors. The fair resulted in many placements across education and employment.
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