There will be a welcome jobs boost for Dublin later this morning as Symantec announces the creation of a new European Customer Management Centre.
Internet security company Symantec is to create the 400 jobs in Dublin with the establishment of a new European Customer Management Centre alongside its existing facility in Blanchardstown. The new centre will provide a Europe wide sales and support function to Symantec’s customers and partners.
Two hundred new jobs are expected this year with a further 200 coming before the end of 2014.
The company says it will be seeking highly-skilled multilingual staff to take on the roles.
Symantec has been in Blanchardstown for 22 years, and the base which employs just over 600 people, is already home to a security operations centre, as well as operations in business authentication, software development and testing.
The new project is supported by the IDA.
“Symantec is part of a thriving cluster of world leading security software companies operating in Ireland”
Barrry O’Leary, (Chief Executive, IDA)
Commenting on its announcement Symantec said it was eager to build on its success to date in Ireland.
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