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Looking for a new start? Make Ireland’s favourite destination your home with a rewarding career in science and technology. We connect talent with world-class companies in Kerry, so if you have the skills and experience, we can help you find the perfect work-life balance.

KerrySciTech is a not-for-profit organisation set up to promote Kerry as a science and technology hotspot. Candidates apply directly to our members for science and technology jobs in the region. KerrySciTech does not store any candidate information.

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Latest jobs in Kerry

Application Production Support Engineer (Cash Management)

JRI-America (JRI-A) provides IT services for Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group (“SMFG”) and its entities from our offices in the Kerry Technology Park, Tralee, as part of a global IT team

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Payment & Compliance Production Support Specialist

JRI-America (JRI-A) provides IT services for Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group (“SMFG”) and its entities from our offices in the Kerry Technology Park, Tralee, as part of a global IT team

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SAN Storage Engineer

JRI-America (JRI-A) provides IT services for Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group (“SMFG”) and its entities from our offices in the Kerry Technology Park, Tralee, as part of a global IT team

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News Updates

Show Me the Money: Highest Irish Earnings are in IT

If you chose a career in information technology because of the money, you made a wise choice. Figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO) consistently reveal that it is among the highest-earning sectors in the Irish economy. Average weekly earnings rose in 11 of...

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Kerry Business & Jobs Expo

KerrySciTech members will be out in force for the Kerry Business & Jobs EXPO in the INEC Killarney on April 9th 2017. This is a unique opportunity for businesses large and small to champion Kerry as a place to work and live. Companies will be showcasing their...

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Filling the Skills Gap in the Irish ICT Sector

There is a lot of good news in the Irish Information & Communication Technology (ICT) sector: it already employs more than 105,000 people in Ireland directly an increase of 40 percent on 2010 and computer services deliver 22% of our national exports. As one of the...

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