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Jobs boost for Tallaght as company opens new premises

The Ayrton Group, formally known as Health & Safety Services (HSS), will create 60 new jobs at its Tallaght and Cork offices.

The jobs announcement coincided with the company’s re-branding and the official opening of their new Dublin offices and training facility here in Tallaght last week where 40 of the new roles will be based with the remainder in the Cork office

This follows year on year growth of 40 per cent for each of the last three years, which has seen the company become one of Ireland’s largest safety training, consultancy and staffing solutions provider in the market.

The 60 new positions will support the company’s growing activity across all its key markets, including Ireland, UK, Belgium, Sweden, Switzerland and the Netherlands.

The roles on offer include environmental safety and health managers, engineers, safety officers, sales and back office support, with 40 positions being recruited for their Dublin office and 20 for their Cork base.

Kieran Linehan, Managing Director of Ayrton Group, said:

“We’re delighted to be announcing a recruitment drive, which follows a significant investment in our business.

“We have been long established as the safety organisation of choice in the market and today’s announcement will reinforce the commitment we have to providing the highest standards of expert safety professionals, consultancy and training services.

“We are looking for experienced and skilled people to join our expanding team, which is a very positive recognition of an improving market.

“One of our aims is to attract home many of the skilled workforce who left Ireland during the downturn of recent years, by providing attractive positions and packages and the opportunity to join a dynamic and exciting company.”

Special guest Bobby Kerr, entrepreneur and business man, said he was delighted to be part of the announcement.

“Ayrton Group is a great example of an independently owned Irish company that has adapted to challenges and is now in a stronger position for future growth.”

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