Tech firm Evros announces 100 new jobs by end of year

Firm to fill technology and administrative positions in Dublin, Kildare, Waterford, Cork

Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton with Evros Technology Group managing director Bob Murray at the group’s announcement of 100 new jobs. Photograph: Mark Stedman/Photocall Ireland

Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton with Evros Technology Group managing director Bob Murray at the group’s announcement of 100 new jobs. Photograph: Mark Stedman/Photocall Ireland

 

Evros Technology Group has announced it will create 100 new jobs by the end of the year.

The 25-year-old firm provides IT managed services and systems integration. Evros, previously known as HiberniaEvros, currently has 250 employees. The new positions will be filled across its managed services, cloud technology and IT recruitment divisions.

The jobs will be spread across a number of technology and administrative positions in Dublin – at the company’s 5,500sq m headquarters at Cherrywood – Cork, Waterford and Kildare.

Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton (above, left) attended the jobs announcement at Cherrywood, where Evros managing director Bob Murray (above) said: “The need to expand our capacity so significantly is testament to the incredible work of our committed team to date.

“It is also recognition that we are now competing for, and winning, top-tier contracts that require these new resources. This is a major step forward for the company towards our goal of being the largest provider of IT managed services and systems integration in Ireland.”

The Evros group has grown in the past five years and expects further growth in 2015.