Sunday 22 April 2018

Global cloud leader Citrix adds 50 jobs at Dublin HQ

Minister Richard Bruton.
Minister Richard Bruton.

Cloud computing firm Citrix will create 50 jobs at its Dublin offices in a global expansion drive which the company says is primarily driven by customer demand.


The new roles at the international company will be in the areas of corporate sales, engineering, sales enablement and support, and technical management and support. 

Citrix’s Dublin site provides support for users across the EMEA region in the areas of sales, IT operations and technical support.

Martin Kelly, vice-president, Worldwide Infrastructure and Operations, Citrix said:  "Customers are embracing cloud services and mobile work styles to create agile, cost-effective new ways of working.

"As such, all divisions of Citrix continue to experience significant growth across Europe, including the Citrix technical support and education business.

“One of the key ingredients for on-going success and growth is the availability of the rights skills and talent. These job openings exist now, we are hiring immediately and want to hear from talented sales and technology professionals.”

Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton TD welcomes the announcement, saying that ICT is a sector that the Government has specifically targeted in their plans for jobs and growth.

 “Today’s announcement that Citrix, a dynamic and innovative company operating in a high-growth area, is creating a further 50 jobs in Dublin is very welcome and provides further indication of what is possible in this sector.

"I am determined to help sustain and accelerate the progress we have made in this area to help create the jobs we need," he added.

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