Ken Murphy, Director CareerWise Recruitment, recently attended the opening of Tyco International’s new global headquarters with a ceremony for 400 guests. The opening event took place at One Albert Quay in Cork, including dignitaries such as Simon Coveney, Ireland’s Minister of Agriculture, Food and the Marine, and Defence.
In January 2014, the company, working in partnership with IDA Ireland, announced plans to establish a global business service center and hire more than 500 employees over three years to provide consistent, efficient delivery of several processes for its businesses, including sourcing and procurement, customer service, research and development, information technology and finance.
This was a significant day for the Cork Business Community as they arrived in great numbers to marvel at “Ireland’s smartest building”.
Tyco is half way to its total headcount of 500 over three years across procurement, R&D, IT, compliance, HR and finance to support global business units.
“We are extremely pleased with how quickly this impressive facility has become a reality with the help of many partners in the government, private and academic sectors in the Cork area and throughout Ireland,”
George R. Oliver, Tyco Chief Executive Officer
Gillian Dunphy graduated from University College Cork in 1998 with a Degree in Social Science and a H. Dip in Computer Science.
Gillian has many years experience working in Industry with Companies such as Ericsson, Ennis Information Age Services, Teles and RSA Security both in technology roles and in project Management and Sales.
She also has a number of years recruitment experience having worked for both Skills Group Recruitment and Premier Recruitment.
Gillian is based in our Shannon office having joined CareerWise as a Recruitment Consultant in May 2018.
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