Students at the Gradireland fair can avail of opportunities at the event in the RDS, such as tips for dressing for interviews, CV workshops, and meeting potential employers and graduates who are currently on their programmes. The organisers say there will be more than 120 companies at the event

‘There will be more jobs on offer than at any time over the past 10 years and we have more employers in more sectors than ever before,” says Mark M(...)

BioMarin’s Michael O’Donnell, chief executive Jean-Jacque Bienaime and Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton pictured previously  at the official launch manufacturing operations at BioMarin Manufacturing Ireland in Shanbally, Ringaskiddy, Co Cork.

A US pharmaceutical company is to expand its Dublin operation with the creation of 50 new jobs.BioMarin Manufacturing, a subsidiary of BioMarin Pharma(...)

 Taoiseach Enda Kenny announces the creation of 50 new jobs at the IT global services company Westbourne IT Global Services in Cork yesterday

Taoiseach Enda Kenny said that the Government is determined to see confidence in the Irish economy translated into jobs as he yesterday announced some(...)

Michael O’Donnell, site director BioMarin Manufacturing Ireland Ltd, at the official opening of its Shanbally plant yesterday with (from left) Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Investment Richard Bruton, BioMarin  executive vice-president of technical operations Dr Robert Baffi and Jean-Jacque Bienaime,  CEO BioMarin. Photography  Gerard McCarthy

The expansion of manufacturing operations by US biopharma company BioMarin in Cork has been hailed as an example of Ireland’s adaptability by Minis(...)

Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton (centre),  at the launch of the Report of the Entrepreneurship Forum  today. Photograph: Colm Mahady/Fennells

Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton has re-iterated the government view that bonus should not be paid to senior management in Irish Water but said the de(...)

The Pfizer plant in Ringaskiddy: while yesterday’s announcement is good news, bolstering its production, it too is an old plant. Photograph: Provision

Pfizer was bullish yesterday in its hope for a sale of the Little Island plant – a move that would protect the 136 people working there. (...)