75 jobs are to be created in Laois, Galway and Longford as part of a new employment initiative, which financially rewards individuals who help bring new projects to Ireland.
Magni Group is creating 50 jobs at a new manufacturing plant for automotive coating near Portarlington, Co Laois.
Flagship Management, a maritime consultancy company, is to employ 15 people in Co Galway.
Ark Energy Consulting is moving its energy trading risk management business to Longford with the creation of ten jobs.
Some of those who helped establish those links with the new employers for Connect Ireland will be paid up to €75,000.
They will also meet Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton in Dublin this morning.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny said the positions, introduced under a new Government employment initiative, would be a welcome boost to the local communities.
“Every job that is created through Connect Ireland, under the Succeed in Ireland initiative, is a job that may not have come to Ireland without the intervention of a ‘connector’,” Mr Kenny said.
“Whether it is individual connections like this or wider Government strategy, our message is – ‘Ireland is open for business and a great location for inward investment’.”
Michelle is a graduate of the National University of Ireland, Galway and graduated in 2014 with a Bachelor of Commerce Degree specialising in Human Resource Management.
After graduating from NUIG, Michelle spent 3.5 years working in the Financial Services industry in Dublin and completed a Professional Diploma in Financial Advice in 2016.
Michelle joined CareerWise as a Recruitment Consultant in March 2018 and is based in our Galway office.
Since joining Careerwise, Michelle completed the NRF Programme in Recruitment Practice and is currently studying a Diploma in Human Resource Management in the Athlone Institute of Technology.
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