More than 290 jobs to be created in Cork, Dublin and Laois

Posted by | September 11, 2014 | Employment News | No Comments

More than 290 new jobs are to be created by the Mater Private hospital in Cork, Dublin-based software developer Sidetrade and the accountancy practice Baker Tilly Ryan Glennon

Taoiseach Enda Kenny made the announcement during a visit to the Mater Private Cork this morning. “This is a significant announcement for the people of Cork and the surrounding region,” said Mr Kenny. “Many of the new positions are highly skilled medical roles, which will be of interest to consultant and other healthcare professionals from the Munster region.

A further 90 posts are to be created by French firm SideTrade, which creates software for companies to manage their financial relationships with customers. Sidetrade, which has annual sales worth €13.6 million, said the posts would come on stream over the next two years.

Separately, 50 jobs are to be created nationally over the next two years following the merger of the Portlaoise accountancy practice Bardon Molumby with Baker Tilly Ryan Glennon. The roles will range from trainees to qualified professionals in accountancy and business discipline

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