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• Facilities Country Head Ireland

  • Comprehensive knowledge and expertise of building systems.
  • Provide safe and comfortable environment in all locations through regional asset managers, who employ…

Manager, Production Engineer

  • Help engineers develop their careers, assigning them to projects tailored to their skill levels, long-term skill development, personalities, and work styles.

Site Engineer - Dublin

AA Euro Executive Recruitment
€40,000 - €50,000 a year
  • A site engineer must have commercial awareness.
  • As a site engineer you will portray strong technical ability and management skills.

Electrical Engineer

IPS-Integrated Project Services
  • Experience with design of building electrical systems, such as building service, power distribution, generators, lighting, fire alarm, security and other low…

Senior Building Services Engineer

  • 8-10 years building design experience within hi tech industry projects.
  • We are currently looking to recruit an experienced Building Services Design Engineer to…

Software Test Engineer

  • Expanding existing test libraries, building and maintaining modular, end-to end and automated regression tests that can be leveraged across projects.

Head of Compliance, Europe (Novi)

  • Experience working hands-on with other cross-functional team leaders, such as lawyers, engineers, product managers, data analysts, operations analysts in…

Highways Engineering Opportunities

  • We are looking for talented people to join us our Ireland Highways team to continue our focus on building relationships and delighting our clients (90% of our…

Software Engineer

Operating Company DEMONWARE LTD
  • Experience building and running distributed systems development and service oriented architectures.
  • You will contribute to our technical direction and standards…

Graduate Site Engineer

€28,000 - €30,000 a year
  • They are now seeking a graduate engineer to work on the largest public construction project awarded in Ireland to date.
  • What you'll need to succeed.