Analog Devices has announced its plans to hire for 250 positions in Ireland. The company has had a presence in Limerick since the 1970s and its Irish workforce includes 1,300 people. They are now seeking people for artificial intelligence and software roles.
The company plans to hire for 250 new positions in Ireland by 2025. They are also investing 100 million euros in ADI Catalyst which is a custom-built facility for collaboration and innovation at its base in the Raheen Business Park in Limerick. This investment is crucial in Analog Devices’ expansion in Europe.
The US-based company is seeking people with AI and software skills as they focus on areas including sustainable energy, next-generation connectivity, automotive electrification and industry 4.0. Catalyst will act as an accelerator for Analog Devices to engage with its business partners, suppliers, and customers to create new innovative technology.
One of the initiatives is to support healthcare’s migration from a mass-market approach to one of customised therapies and treatment. The business is also working closely with their customers and the bigger ecosystem to build next-generation modular manufacturing systems that allow the rapid changeover of production lines necessary for personalised treatments such as human implants and CAR T-cell therapies. They currently have an Irish workforce of 1,300 individuals and have invested 23 million euros into their Limerick campus so far where the new employees will be working.
The roles will soon become available so those interested should keep an eye on the Analog Devices website.