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Fidelity Investments announces 300 new jobs for Ireland

Written by Robert McHugh, on 21st Oct 2022. Posted in Ireland

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Fidelity Investments Ireland has today launched a recruitment drive for 300 new fulltime positions in Ireland. Work to fill these roles is underway and the company is looking to have all positions filled within 2 years. When complete this recruitment will see the company’s Irish footprint grow to 1,800, including a graduate pipeline as a key part to that overall growth.
 
The company is seeking to find 200 new associates in Galway and 100 in Dublin with flexible working arrangements available. The roles offer a competitive compensation package. The roles will primarily align to Fidelity Investment’s technology team which underpins the global operations of the company. There will also be a number of business operations roles in Dublin. 
 
Fidelity Investments Ireland has provided innovative technology solutions to the wider global firm serving the individual needs of over 32 million customers. The organisation in Ireland has grown steadily from a workforce of 400 in 2013 to almost 1,500 today. 
 
Welcoming the news today, Minister for Finance, Paschal Donohoe said, "Since first establishing a presence in Ireland over a quarter of century ago, Fidelity Investments has become a key part of the Irish financial services sector. The company’s commitment to Ireland is reflected in today’s announcement and we look forward to seeing Fidelity enjoy continued success in both Dublin and Galway. The Ireland For Finance Strategy underlines the Government’s approach to encouraging overseas investment and supporting jobs by focusing on growth in green, sustainable and digital financial services."

Ireland Regional Chair and SVP, Technology, Fidelity Investments Ireland, Lorna Martyn said, "We are excited to be growing our operations in Ireland again.  In recent years we have had exceptional success in recruiting high quality candidates and look forward to welcoming our new associates over the coming months. We have shown huge resilience over recent years and, as a company, we are firmly committed to supporting our customers.  These new highly skilled positions will enhance our ability to meet our customers’ changing needs into the future."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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