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Graduate engineer jobs created in Ireland

Published: Tuesday, 14 December 2010   Category: Science, Engineering and IT

More than 100 new jobs are to be created in the Hewlett Packard offices in Galway, Republic of Ireland, many of which are for graduate engineers.

The computing giant is to employ 105 people in highly skilled roles such as software engineering, testing and development.

Recruitment for the positions is open now, with Hewlett Packard looking for everything from graduate engineers to PhD-qualified workers.

Batt O’Keeffe, Ireland's minister for enterprise, said the jobs are a boost for the area and shows that the country is still seen as a good investment when it comes to highly skilled jobs.

"HP has chosen Galway for these highly strategic and knowledge-based roles in a move that reinforces our global reputation for high-end research and development activity," he said.

"The investment shows that we can compete for highly skilled jobs in the information technology sector as we forge ahead with efforts to make Ireland Europe's innovation hub." 

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