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More Dublin jobs on the ‘Horizon’

Project management and engineering skills company, Horizon West, is to create ten new jobs at a new site in Ballsbridge.

Founded in 2010, the Westport based firm announced that it is expanding its already 30-strong workforce as it opens its Dublin office today.

Horizon provides technical engineering services for Ireland’s SME and multinational manufacturing sector.  Included among these services is a serialisation programme which protects pharmaceutical companies against the problem of counterfeit drugs.

Founder and managing director Aidan Corcoran spoke of the expansion in a radio interview this morning. “The further we go, the clearer we need to be about our products. One of the current market drivers is the anti-counterfeiting measures that are requested by regulatory bodies across the world.”

Corcoran say the firm, which is supported by Enterprise Ireland, is recruiting five people immediately and an additional five in the next 18 months. “We’re looking for both experienced people and junior people who are looking to be trained up to work as part of a fun and winning team”.

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