Tech giant Microsoft to create 600 new jobs in Dublin

Microsoft is to create 500 jobs at its new sales centre in Dublin, with a further 100 positions across existing operations.

The technology giant said the new jobs include roles in finance, operations, engineering and sales.

Microsoft has had operations in Ireland since 1985. Over the years it has expanded operations to encompass three divisions which employ over 1,200 staff and 400 contractors at its campus in Sandyford, Co Dublin.

The divisions include a sales, marketing and services unit, an operations centre providing support activities across 85 countries in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA), and a development centre which is focused on engineering and localisation.

Recruitment for jobs at the company’s new Inside Sales centre, where the majority of the new roles are to be based, is already underway.

The centre will serve customers across EMEA in over 30 different languages.”

This is an excerpt taken from the Irish Times and written by Charlie Taylor. The full article can be read here.

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