BCS focuses on understanding our customers, meeting their needs and expectations through a professional and personal service.
Our staff have worked within recruitment for over 10 years. BCS also offers a telesales service for companies who wish to increase sales revenue in their organisation.
A professional approach
The company opened with a clear business plan: to establish a recruitment consultancy that would be respected and recognised as truly professional by their customers and peers.
Honest and hard working
Our mission is to provide an honest and hard working approach to recruitment for our clients and candidates with a very strong focus on building strong working relationships. BCS can advise you on your future career path.
Visit BCS Sales Recruitment to find out more.
Since 1997, Liberty IT has worked on technically complex and responsive IT solutions exclusively for U.S. parent company, Liberty Mutual Insurance, which employs over 50,000 people worldwide and is ranked on the Fortune 100 list.
Between the Headquarters in Belfast and an office in Blanchardstown, Dublin, Liberty IT employs almost 500 employees who develop and support a wide range of both specialist and enterprise scale applications and websites exclusively for their parent company through creativity, problem-solving and a commitment to excellence.
Their expertise in designing and implementing innovative digital solutions using both existing and emerging technologies, combined with the commitment to providing a great place to work for their employees, is unwavering. Career opportunities exist in many areas, including Software Engineering, Information Management, Test Engineering, Business Analysis, Infrastructure, Hosting, Process Improvement, Information Security, Help Desk, Web Design, DevOps and Management.
The insurance business is no different from any other in that it requires significant IT resources and skills. Customers deserve ease of use of services and to have the most advanced ways to do business – from getting a quote, to reporting claims, and managing medical care or auto repairs. Therefore, Liberty IT plays a key part in Liberty Mutual’s wider IT operations which employs 4500 IT professionals globally, kept connected through regular office visits and superior global technology standards.
Growing and adapting with technology, the company’s systems are optimised for usability and simplicity yet inherently encompass leading edge features such as mobile and tablet technologies. To ensure success, they implement tools that foster collaboration and knowledge sharing, underpinned by an innovative infrastructure that opens up a world of new possibilities.
This inclusive company is committed to building and sustaining a talented, diverse workforce through various entry routes, recruiting both experienced employees and those starting off early in their careers such as interns and graduates. Recognising employees as critical to their success, Liberty IT is a career-building organisation and is dedicated to providing opportunities for training, development and coaching.
The company has received many accolades for workplace excellence and testament to this was being accredited as an Investors in People Champion, as well as in recent years being ranked numerous times among the Top 50 UK Workplaces by the Great Place to Work® Institute.
With Liberty IT, you will enjoy the rewards, benefits and conditions that foster:
The team has grown year on year, enhancing their expertise and diversity of work, reinforced by fantastic teamwork and a strong portfolio of products and services. Following 17 successful years in Belfast, Liberty IT embarked on a new project in April 2014, opening the doors to a new modern office based in Blanchardstown Retail Park, Dublin 15.
It’s an exciting time to be in the IT industry and Liberty IT are always on the look-out to grow their teams. Chat with some Liberty IT employees at the upcoming Job Expo to discover the opportunities suitable for you!
Visit www.liberty-it.ie to find out more.
PGL operate 15 outdoor activity centres for children across England, Scotland & Wales. Jobs available for 2016 include; working with children, sports, catering, administration and hospitality work. Onsite accommodation and all meals provided. Start your working adventure with PGL!
For young people, teachers, group leaders and parents, PGL is the UK’s leading outdoor education provider, delivering inspirational learning through adventure.
We specialise in educational activity courses, school trips, French language Courses, children’s activity holidays, summer camps and ski trips, with centres in the UK, France and Spain.
Since 1957, we’ve grown enormously because we’re passionate about what we do. We listen to our customers and continually invest and innovate to provide the very best combination of adventure activities, courses, equipment, accommodation, food and service.
But the real PGL difference is in our people. We love what we do and it shows. We know how to bring out the best in young people to make those memories of success that will last a lifetime.
Visit PGL Travel's website to find out more.
Tableau Software officially opened its new Dublin office at The Oval, Shelbourne Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4.
Tableau has plans to grow its Dublin office to more than 120 employees over the next three years as it continues its international expansion. The Seattle-based company established its Ireland operations about two years ago.
Tableau helps people see and understand data. Tableau helps anyone quickly analyze, visualize and share information. More than 32,000 customer accounts get rapid results with Tableau in the office and on-the-go. And tens of thousands of people use Tableau Public to share data in their blogs and websites.
“Ireland is an important market for us and we are delighted to be growing our team and operations here in Dublin where there is such a talented and diverse workforce,” said Eugene Hillery, Director, International Operations based in Dublin. “We are seeing strong demand from a variety of sectors and from companies of all sizes who want to better see and understand their data. We currently have more than 40 employees helping to serve this important need, with a number of positions currently open across various parts of our business.”
Martin Shanahan, CEO, IDA Ireland commented, “Tableau is experiencing strong growth in demand in the EMEA region. Ireland will play a strategic role in supporting this growth over the coming years. Tableau’s decision to be in the heart of Dublin strengthens Ireland’s existing ‘big data’ cluster and complements IDA’s strategy of winning investments in this important and thriving sector.”
Business analytics software and services company SAS, is creating 150 new jobs in Ireland.
The global leader in analytics is opening a new Sales and Customer Contact Centre in Dublin. SAS are investing approximately €40 million in the new centre, which will initially be located at NexusUCD, University College Dublin’s industry partnership centre.
The move will see the workforce increase six-fold and significantly reinforce SAS’ presence in the region.
The centre will support sales of data analytics software into markets across Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA). Roles will include multi-lingual business development and sales specialists, customer engagement specialists, data scientists and software engineers. Employees will work with customers to demonstrate how analytics will add value in their business and support them as they deploy and implement these solutions.
Making the announcement, Taoiseach Enda Kenny TD said: “I have discussed investment opportunities with SAS executives at several occasions in recent years and I'm delighted to see this investment decision come to fruition. Through the Action Plan for Jobs, the Government will continue to support the technology sector by investing in the right education & research programmes to ensure Ireland’s ongoing success as a technology hub in Europe."
“As a global company with offices all over the world, we wanted to expand in a city as vibrant as Dublin which has such a thriving technology ecosystem,” said Carl Farrell, Executive Vice President and Chief Revenue Officer, SAS. “We are now experiencing a ‘democratisation of analytics’, where more and more organisations – including small to medium sized enterprises – are investing in analytical software and services that don’t require a significant up-front investment.
“Our new centre will provide the extra capacity needed to support customers as they embark on this data analytics journey. Organisations in the region will now have access to knowledge, advice and powerful analytics to enable them to make more informed decisions and improve their business operations.”
United Technologies Research Centre announces today the expansion of its Irish facility, to include aerospace research in cyber-physical systems.
The addition of the Centre of Excellence in Cyber-Physical Systems for Aerospace will create 25 highly skilled roles in electronics, diagnostics and data analytics, controls, aircraft systems engineering and embedded systems.
Located in Cork, Ireland, United Technologies Research Centre Ireland Limited was founded in 2010 as the European research hub of UTRC. Currently, the research facility employs more than 40 researchers and scientists focused on advancing United Technologies Corp. capabilities in building and industrial systems through research and development of underlying technical fields.
The new addition of a Centre of Excellence in Cyber-Physical Systems for Aerospace will equip United Technologies Research Centre Ireland Limited to lead cutting-edge advancements in aircraft embedded systems.
Speaking at the official opening of the new Centre of Excellence in Cyber- Physical Systems for Aerospace, Minister for Agriculture, Food, Marine and Defence, Simon Coveney TD, said, “I am delighted to welcome this expansion by UTRC into aerospace research. The choice of Cork for this activity is a clear demonstration of Ireland’s ability to provide a highly skilled workforce for this type of activity. An exceptional level of collaboration between industry, academia, state agencies and regulatory authorities drives Ireland’s dynamic RDI sector. This is supported by a highly pro-business government policy.”
“United Technologies Research Centre Ireland has flourished in the past five years, providing ground-breaking research focused on United Technologies Corp. business units in the building and industrial sector, leveraging innovations inspired by European research trends,” said David Parekh, vice president, Research, and director, UTRC. “The opportunity to grow with the IDA’s support will benefit both UTRC and the bright minds that will soon be joining the team here in Ireland.”