Exhibitors at the Manufacturing & Engineering Careers Fair

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Recruit.ie is organising the Manufacturing & Engineering Careers Fair, which will take place on 7th April (10am-4pm) on the Virtual Recruitment Ireland platform. 

If you are looking to find a new job within the Manufacturing industry, register for free here https://expo.virtualrecruitment.ie/event/5784

Learn about openings and chat directly with hiring managers and recruiters at this great, online, recruitment event. The Manufacturing & Engineering Careers Expo will feature some of Ireland’s leading medtech employers, as well as a full day of exciting talks and webinars to give you career advice and more information about roles available from the participating companies

Exhibitors at the Manufacturing & Engineering Careers Fair


Since 1989, Intel has invested $15 billion in Ireland creating the most advanced industrial campus in Europe. Today, alongside advanced manufacturing, Intel in Ireland has come to represent a diversity of activities across the spectrum of Intel business from cutting edge research to design. Intel has 4,900 employees across Ireland. Learn more here.



Established in 1917, Nikon Corporation is one of the world’s leading optical companies. With decades of experience as a manufacturer of optical lenses and precision equipment, Nikon developed the world’s first production-worthy step-and-repeat photolithography tool in 1980. Since then, over 60 models of Nikon Semiconductor Lithography systems (steppers and scanners) have printed half of all the integrated circuits ever manufactured. Today, Nikon is the leading global supplier of Semiconductor lithography systems.   Learn more here.



HCL has been present in Ireland since 1991 and has its head office in Dublin. The history of HCL’s start in Ireland was largely around the provision of business services, however this has expanded to include applications, infrastructure and digital services. HCL has been working in the market for over 5 years across a number of verticals including financial services, retail, telecom, the public sector and construction. HCL is currently growing as an IT services employer in Ireland with 250+* employees and regional delivery center’s servicing both its Irish and European client base. HCL also services a number of our global accounts from Dublin such as leading social, recruitment and technology companies. Learn more here.



AbbVie is a modern biopharmaceutical company with a significant footprint in Ireland. AbbVie now employs almost 2,600 people across nine sites in Ireland. Alongside six manufacturing facilities in Cork, Dublin, Sligo, Galway and Mayo, three offices in Dublin serve the needs of the company’s Commercial, Supply Chain and Operations activities. AbbVie’s mission is to use its expertise, dedicated people and unique approach to innovation to markedly improve treatments across a number of therapeutic areas, including immunology, oncology, virology, aesthetics, neuroscience and eyecare. Learn more here.


Takeda Ireland Limited

Takeda Ireland Limited (TIL) has played a key role in Takeda’s worldwide operations since October 1997. They began manufacturing in Bray, Co. Wicklow, Ireland following the opening of our custom built premises in 1999. Takeda Ireland is committed to the health and wellbeing of the patients whom they serve – both nationally and globally. The company provides treatments for some of the most life-threatening illnesses of our time, delivering a quality of life that would have been unthinkable mere decades ago. Learn more here.


Viatris was founded amid the COVID-19 pandemic and at a time of evolving healthcare needs. A global pharmaceutical company, Viatris became operational in November 2020, following the merger or two major companies – Mylan and Upjohn – and have an ambitious mission: to empower people to live healthier at every stage of life. Learn more here.


Recruit.ie are based in Dublin and represent a growing number of businesses and candidates. Its mission is to provide an honest, professional and hard-working approach to recruitment for our clients and candidates, with a strong focus on building firm working relationships. The staff have worked within recruitment for over 10 years and know exactly what’s required from both candidates and employers. Learn more here.

If you are looking to work in the Med-Tech industry Recruit.ie are hiring for various roles in a great company in Ireland. This is an exceptional opportunity so make sure to apply quick! Apply today bit.ly/2W1aJAO


Nightcourses.com is Ireland’s leading online search resource for part-time courses, evening classes and lifelong learning programmes. They are a national database of courses from hundreds of colleges and educational institutes throughout the country. As a result, they are a valuable resource for both students and education providers, linking learners to courses, colleges and educational institutions. Learn more here.

Register here now for free of charge.

What can you expect at the fair?

  • Employers actively recruiting for hundreds of jobs at home and abroad
  • Specialised recruiters dedicated to jobs in the Manufacturing & Engineering sectors
  • Professional Career Coaches offering one-on-one CV, job seeking and career advice that’ll help you advance in your career.
  • Live webinars – The Agenda Stage features webinars and talks on important and topical issues by a diverse range of industry experts that’ll help you find your dream job for 2022.

There are great benefits that come with going virtual. You can log in from anywhere in the world as long as you have a Desktop, Laptop, Tablet or Smartphone and Wi-Fi connection. Furthermore, you can cut travel expenses on getting to a venue, buying coffee or food. And lastly, you will have access to the platform before and after the live event, which means you can create your profile, upload your CV, research companies and even begin applying for jobs before and after the 7th April 2022.

Steven Galvin

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