SEPAM, a family-owned engineering and construction company, has announced over 100 jobs for its head office in Clonmel, Co Tipperary.
SEPAM, founded in 1976, is a global engineering and project management company that has vast experience managing and delivering project solutions to the engineering and contracting industry worldwide.
The company currently has operations in Europe, US and the Middle East and in Asian markets.
The new jobs will include design engineering, commercial and administration. The recruitment for the roles has already commenced.
Meeting with the SEPAM team in Dublin, An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said, "I love to see an Irish-owned business like SEPAM go from strength-to-strength, growing both at home and internationally. This is a great example of an Irish company achieving big things on the global stage."
Chairman of SEPAM, Gus Kearney added, "SEPAM are delighted to be expanding our work force in Clonmel as we have a long and successful history working in Ireland and this new investment is a great vote of confidence in the workforce here. This is a win win situation for Clonmel and will be a very positive benefit for all our customers."