TCS announces the creation of 80 new jobs
Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), a leading global IT services, consulting and business solutions organisation, today announced the creation of over 80 new positions in Ireland.
The roles range from project management, development and data science to business intelligence and analysis. TCS established its Dublin office in 2001 and now operates with in excess of 100 consultants in Ireland.
Key areas of business focus for TCS in Ireland include education, supply chain, enterprise solutions, digital technologies and IT portfolio optimization.
Venkatesh Priyadarshi, Head of Ireland Operations and Business Development at TCS, says that the company are looking for highly-trained graduates with varying degrees of experience.
“TCS has a track record of sustained investment in Ireland. In 2012, we established a major cluster of our Supply Chain Centre of Excellence in Dublin, helping clients across the globe optimise their supply chains and invest in research on next generation supply chain frameworks. Today we work with more than 100 consultants in the country, and look forward to growing the business even further with these new positions. As a business we are committed to innovation and to helping our clients stay ahead of market trends through the solutions and insights we provide. As such, we are looking for highly trained graduates with varying degrees of experience in industry to fill these positions across Ireland.
“Today’s announcement is focused on the work TCS Ireland do in partnership with clients ranging from medium and large indigenous public and private bodies. The roles span a wide range of industries including banking, utilities, food, to multinational companies at work in sectors such as technology and telecommunications. As the Irish economy has accelerated over the last number of months, we are seeing a pronounced increase in demand for the digital and business solutions we provide and expect to grow our business and the number of open positions we will look to hire even further over the next twelve months,” Mr Priyadarshi said.