Kirby Group Engineering has announced plans to create 300 new jobs as part of a significant expansion to meet the demand for its services in Ireland and across Europe.
The family-founded, privately-owned company says the new jobs will include engineering, commercial, operations and administrative staff, with recruitment for many of these roles already underway. As part of this recruitment drive, Kirby is looking to attract almost 100 people to be deployed across its hugely successful apprenticeship scheme and graduate programme.
Kirby has also announced a significant structural investment, comprising a €2m plan to upgrade its company headquarters in Co Limerick. The company currently employs over 1,200 people, with 200 new employees having joined during 2020.
Foreground (L to r): Spanish Minister for Education and Professional Training, Isabel Celaá; Irish Ambassador to Spain, Síle Maguire; King Felipe VI; Queen Letizia; and President of Iberdrola, Ignacio Galán Kirby Group Engineering has been awarded the Iberdrola Supplier of the Year Award for Digitalization at a ceremony in Madrid, Spain. The prestigious prize is […]
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Jimmy Kirby, Group Managing Director, Kirby Group Engineering, talks strategy and leadership philosophy with Carol Tallon. Kirby Group’s management team focused on positioning the company to avail of new opportunities in order to create growth over the past decade. “We focused our services on new sectors and geographical locations while also looking for new customers […]
Kirby Group Engineering has made a number of key appointments at executive level in response to the company’s growth and success, nationally and internationally. Aidan J Kerins joins Kirby as the new Group Business Development Director. Henry McCann has been promoted to Operations Director. Alan McHugh has been promoted to Associate Director – Power Transmission […]