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Nearly 200 IT jobs to be created across Ireland

Published: Thursday, 05 May 2011   Category: Science, Engineering and IT

Around 180 new IT jobs are set to be created in Ireland over the next two years as Version 1, one of the country's largest companies in the field, is set to expand.

The jobs - which may include graduate vacancies - are to be created in Dublin, Cork and the Northern Ireland capital of Belfast, according to the regional newspaper the Belfast Telegraph.

Jarlath Dooley, human resource director for Version 1, told the news provider that the firm has had to increase the number of vacancies due to its great showing so far this year.

"Last July we announced the creation of 100 jobs in three years but, given our strong performance, we expect to fill those roles in one year," he said.

"As a 100 per cent Irish-owned and managed company, we are delighted to be beating the recession and creating jobs."

Version 1 currently employs over 250 members of staff across both Irish states.

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