Bank of Ireland has announced its plans to hire for 100 technology positions. In addition to the news that they are hiring, they will also be providing flexible and remote working options for these roles.
They are recruiting for software developers, engineers, technical architects, scrum masters, project managers, and data analysts. The new hires will join their existing technology teams as they work to expand the bank’s digital offering.
They will also be able to work anywhere in Ireland and can work from a combination of central office locations and home, as well as from one of the bank’s remote working hubs. These hubs are situated in Santry, Blanchardstown, Newlands Cross, Swords, Mullingar, Gorey, Northern Cross, Newbridge, Dundalk, Naas, and Balbriggan.
This tech-focused hiring surge comes as part of their continuous digital transformation strategy. The strategy aims to boost and enhance digital services for customers across business, corporate and personal banking in addition to the bank’s insurance business and wealth.
These new positions come on top of the 130 similar technology positions they recruited for in 2021. Bank of Ireland has said the recruitment of the new tech positions will prove vital in relation to how the bank serves its customers and develops its business in the future.
HR Director at Bank of Ireland, Eimear Harty said: “We have many colleagues with deep technology expertise and these new positions will add to this. We are ambitious for the development of our digital services, and we offer a very progressive approach to flexible working.”