Falcarragh firm to create thirty jobs with €5m expansion

FALCARRAGH based tech firm Kesius plans to invest €5 million in the expansion of its offices and manufacturing facility creating 30 jobs. The company, founded in 2003, has developed wireless temperature monitoring and Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) systems, which are exported to 47 countries from its base in west Donegal. According to […]

Vertiv creates 200 jobs

Almost 200 jobs are to be created in Derry by engineering company Vertiv. Vertiv makes equipment for data centres and has been in the northwest since 2021 when it bought E&I Engineering, a company founded by local man Philip O’Doherty, who now has a senior role at the firm. Welcoming the announcement Mayor of Derry […]

Pilot scheme announced for Gaeltacht tradespeople

Údarás na Gaeltachta has announced a new pilot scheme Glasoiliúint, to assist Gaeltacht tradespeople and professionals seeking to update or learn new skills. Up to €2,000 will be available towards tuition fees for recognised courses related to energy conservation, or in renewable energy technologies. There is high demand for electrical, plumbing, engineering, architectural, installation, construction and […]

Number of job opportunities in Donegal expected to grow by 5% 

The number of job opportunities in Donegal will grow by 5% in the coming year, according to a new forecast from FRS Recruitment, one of the country’s leading recruitment agencies. This follows on from the 4% decrease experienced in Donegal in 2022. Across the Republic, the largest decreases came in Kerry (down 10%), Leitrim, (down […]

Sixty new jobs for Donegal Gaeltacht

ÚDARÁS na Gaeltachta has approved 60 new jobs for the Donegal Gaeltacht at their end of year board meeting. The investment has been widely welcomed as an important step in the strengthening of communities and language in Gaeltacht areas. The company Cora Tine in Fál Carrach is set to create 53 new posts with the […]