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Viridian brings 35 jobs to Belfast with €28m investment

Viridian brings 35 jobs to Belfast with €28m investment

November 09
14:18 2015

viridianAs part of a €28m investment, Viridian Group, is to create 35 IT jobs over the next three years in its Belfast office.

Viridian, the parent company of Energia, says that it is looking to hire IT professionals for a variety of roles including project managers, technical analysts and business analysts.

The company operates in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland since 1999. It has an annual turnover of €2 billion and a 27 percent share of business energy sales.

The investment consists of expanding and improving Viridian’s IT systems, a section that currently employs 100 of its staff.

Catherine Gardiner, Director of IT with Viridian, said: “This is an exceptional opportunity for IT professionals to join Viridian’s team and work on the development of a range of really cutting-edge IT projects, including the game-changing smart metering project for utilities.

She continued: “The roles will be based in our headquarters in Belfast, so they should be particularly attractive to IT professionals in Northern Ireland and the border counties of Cavan, Monaghan and Louth.

“The new hires will be joining an existing team of over 100 IT professionals and can look forward to working with them on some exciting and challenging projects.”

Viridian currently employs 480 staff on both sides of the border.

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