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Dublin Tech Is Hiring: Java Technical Architects Required

Every week we select noteworthy vacancies in Dublin Tech, powered by CPL Recruitment. This week: Java Technical Architects: Roles available at all levels …

29 June 2015 / By Derek O'Connor

Tech Dublin Is Hiring: UI/UX Developers Required

Every week we select noteworthy vacancies in Dublin Tech, powered by CPL Recruitment. This week: UI/UX Developers: CPL has a variety of openings …

22 June 2015 / By Derek O'Connor

Tech Dublin Is Hiring: Java Developers Required

Every week we select noteworthy vacancies in Dublin Tech, powered by CPL Recruitment. This week: Java Developers – Multiple Sectors Cpl has multiple …

15 June 2015 / By Derek O'Connor

Dublin Tech Is Hiring: Daqri Need Ninjas!

Every week we select noteworthy vacancies in Dublin Tech, powered by CPL Recruitment. This week: Android Developers – 4D Technology Are you an …

08 June 2015 / By Derek O'Connor

Dublin Tech Is Hiring: UCD, CleverCards, Insight & More

Every week we select noteworthy vacancies in Dublin Tech, powered by CPL Recruitment. This week’s noteworthies: Android Software Developer – CleverCards: CleverCards vision …

02 June 2015 / By Derek O'Connor

Dublin Tech Is Hiring 25/05/15

Every Monday we select noteworthy vacancies in Dublin Tech, powered by CPL Recruitment. C++ Developer – Robotics An innovative startup business that has …

25 May 2015 / By Derek O'Connor

Dublin Tech Is Hiring 18/05/15

Every Monday we select noteworthy vacancies in Dublin Tech. Powered by CPL Recruitment. This week: Multiple Positions – Fleetmatics: Fleetmatics has managed to …

18 May 2015 / By Derek O'Connor

Dublin Tech Is Hiring 27/04/15

Dublin Globe asked John Dennehy of full stack recruitment company Zartis to select a noteworthy vacancy in Dublin Tech. This week: Ryanair Labs …

27 April 2015 / By John Dennehy

Toolbox: Dublin Tech Is Hiring

John Dennehy is the founder of Zartis.com, a full stack recruitment company. He’s worked with growing tech companies for twenty years. Here, he …

25 March 2015 / By John Dennehy