The announcement of 30 additional jobs for Tier3Tech cloud computing company based in Roscommon and Dublin has been warmly welcomed today.
These roles planned over the next three years were announced today by An Tánaiste Leo Varadkar, Minister for Enterprise, Trade & Employment.
Fine Senator Senator Aisling Dolan stated
“Fantastic news to hear of new jobs for in the software sector for Tier3Tech Support Ltd which is based in Dublin & Roscommon. The company specialises in Microsoft cloud services such as Microsoft 365, Teams and Azure for Irish SMEs.
“Roscommon native David Waldron is Managing Director of the Irish operation and I’d like to congratulate David on this success and the opportunity for some of these remote working or blended working roles which could be based here in Roscommon”
“This expansion of Tier3Tech shows the opportunity to create employment in regional areas in the digital and technology sectors. The newly created positions will include support engineers, finance, sales & marketing and administration roles.”
“ An Tánaiste Leo Varadkar has introduced legislation in the Department of Enterprise to support remote and hybrid or blended working. The benefits are more people living and working locally in Roscommon. It encourages the growth of highly skilled roles in growth sectors such as cloud computing in the West.”
“I’d also like to encourage people working from home and employers to check out the Connected Hubs Voucher Scheme which was launched today by Minister Heather Humphreys under the Department of Rural and Community Development”
“The 3 day voucher offers free co-working spaces when you set up a profile on connectedhubs.ie or on the mobile app. People can use the voucher before the 31st August for 250 hubs all over the country including the Arbutus Innovation Centre in Monksland, Enterprise Kiltullagh in Ballinlough, the Tulsk Digi-Hub or the Spool Factory in Boyle.
“Explore the excellent facilities with access to high-speed broadband, hot desks, meeting rooms, virtual enterprise supports and opportunity to network with like-minded start-ups, entrepreneurs and companies in County Roscommon.”