100 new tech jobs are announced by Bank of Ireland.
100 new tech positions have been announced by Bank of Ireland.
Engineers for cloud platforms, cybersecurity specialists, engineers for data infrastructure, specialised project managers and business analysts are among the positions.
The new hires will be a part of Bank of Ireland’s team for customer and technological solutions.
The company claims that the larger workforce, which comes after the hiring of 230 comparable IT workers since 2021, will help accelerate a number of digital projects even more.
The company’s cloud strategy will be implemented, new personnel will work on creating new customer benefits for digital channels, and they will defend clients from evolving cyber threats.
Eimear Harty, HR Director, Group Technology & Customer Solutions at Bank of Ireland, stated “we have some exciting digital projects underway across the Group, and we’re looking for talented specialists who want to drive improvements in the banking experience for millions of customers.”
“Banking is changing fast, it’s exciting, and these new positions will be at the forefront of advances in the sector” she also said.
Simon Coveney, the minister for enterprise, trade, and employment, acclaimed the job news.
Mr Coveney stated “these are high value tech jobs and I am glad that Ireland has the talent and demand for this type of expansion.”
According to Bank of Ireland, applicants will be able to work from a network of 13 remote working hubs as well as a combination of their homes and main offices.