A New York based technology business has opened offices in Northern Ireland, creating 50 new jobs
An American technology company is to create 160 jobs in Belfast with the opening of a new centre of excellence.
An American cybersecurity company is to create 65 new jobs in Belfast. Cygilant, is one of Northern Ireland’s first dedicated Cybersecurity-as-a-Service providers.
A list of the highest paying tech jobs in Northern Ireland. With jobs at leading companies and salaries of up to £100k, this is a must read for anyone looking for a job in the tech industry.
Trusted by global brands to deliver IT services and solutions, it has never been a better time to join Version 1. View the latest Version 1 jobs in Belfast.
Microsoft's Cyber Security Centre is to create up to 85 new jobs in Belfast with the opening of the new centre. The Department for the Economy is funding pre-employment training places in Assured Skills Academies at Belfast Met, to help individuals compete for these vacancies.
Alchemy Technology Services five-week training programme will offer employment training for 20 participants hoping to make their mark in the technology industry.
STUDENTS across Northern Ireland are being encouraged to get involved in the 2020 BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition (BTYSTE).
A Belfast sports tech firm founded by former Ulster Rugby player Andrew Trimble hopes to create 15 new jobs. Kairos, set up by Mr Trimble and Gareth Quinn, enables professional sports clubs to plan and communicate with players more efficiently. Kairos said it worked with sports clubs including Manchester City and Ospreys rugby/hockey to build...
Imperva, a US cyber security company, has announced plans to create 220 new jobs as part of an expansion into Northern Ireland. The California-based firm has said it will recruit the new staff in Belfast over the next three to five years. With 54 offices worldwide, Imperva will initially work out of Arthur House in...