Accenture to create 140 new jobs

Consultancy firm is looking for graduates and professionals with IT experience

Mark Ryan, country managing director of Accenture in Ireland. Photo: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

Mark Ryan, country managing director of Accenture in Ireland. Photo: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

Mon, Aug 12, 2013, 11:10

Consultancy firm Accenture is to expand its workforce in Ireland creating 140 new jobs.

The multinational company, which currently employs 1400 people in Ireland, is looking for graduates and professionals with experience in Java, cloud computing , data management and digital technologies, as well as analytics and consulting.

“These new positions are being created in response to our clients’ growing need for new technology solutions,” said Mark Ryan, country managing director for Accenture in Ireland.

The new jobs will come on stream over the next twelve months.

Accenture established an analytics centre in Dublin two years ago to meet the growing IT demands of its clients.

The company generated net revenues of $27.9 billion for the fiscal year ended August 31, 2012.