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    1. GlobeTech are  hiring

       

      GlobeTech works in partnership with some of the largest Multinational IT organisations in Ireland.

      We`re currently looking for applications for the following roles:

       

      Maps Data Analyst

       

      Siri Language Engineer

       

      Siri Localization QA

       

      Working  for GlobeTech

      GlobeTech has nearly 20 years of experience of sourcing and placing localisation engineers and technical translators in some of Ireland’s largest technology companies.

       

      We have relocated hundreds of localisation engineers, technical translators and quality assurance testers from across the Globe. We can make the whole process easy convenient for you and your family.

       

      We fully understand the visa and work permit requirements for all citizens when entering Ireland.

       

      GlobeTech is continually looking for experienced localisation engineers and technical translators working from English to all languages.

       

      If you don’t see anything you would be suitable for, feel free to email us anyway are we are always interested in talented individuals

      Email your cv to hr@globetech.ie or contact us on 021 4839380

       

    2. charity cycle Keith Duffy Irish Autism Action1-photo Kieran Harnett

      GlobeTech are delighted to support Tour De Force 2013.

      Tour De Force is a charity organisation which is comprised of members of An Garda Síochána and their friends.  They cycle around the globe at their own expense in a bid to raise money for Irish and international charities.

      This year sees the 55 participants take on a gruelling 500km through Croatia in aid of Irish Autism.

      Good luck to all involved.