Eurofins announces 150 jobs for Sandyford

by Rebecca Ryan
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Claudius Masuch, Director IT Solutions Engineering at Eurofins

Around 150 new high-tech jobs announced for Sandyford have been “extremely welcomed”.

Global life sciences company, Eurofins, are seeking new staff as part of its plans to build a software engineering centre in Dublin.

Eurofins has had a significant presence in Ireland since 2003, with labs in Dublin, Waterford and Cork.

A specific focus of the 150-strong Dublin team will be on DevOps, virtualisation and cloud strategy, together with driving quality and software engineering best practices.

Headquartered in Luxembourg, Eurofins is a world leader in analytical testing. The company recorded €50m sales in 2000, in 2018, Eurofins set an objective to generate €4bn sales in 2018.

Claudius Masuch, Director IT Solutions Engineering at Eurofins, said that Ireland is well-renowned for its highly-skilled technology workforce.

“The work we do at Eurofins impacts the lives of millions of people every day. Analytical testing and technology are intrinsically linked. We’ve seen first-hand the quality of talent in our life science departments and we want to replicate that in our new IT facility,” said Mr Masuch.

Dublin Rathdown Senator Neale Richmond (FG) told Dublin Gazette the announcement is “extremely welcomed” and is a huge boost for the area.

“This is an extremely welcome announcement and a further endorsement for the Sandyford area. “Over the past year, we have seen literally hundreds of new jobs announced for Sandyford in a range of key sectors.

“Eurofins is a dynamic company already well established in Ireland that is typical of the exciting new ventures making Sandyford their destination of choice for investment and expansion.

“[Eurofins] are very welcome to Sandyford!” said Senator Richmond.

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