The Bank of Ireland will hire 100 new tech workers as it looks to move into more online personal, corporate and corporate services.
His new roles include technical architect, software developer, engineer, specialized project manager, scrum master, and data analyst.
Candidates can work anywhere in Ireland, with bankers able to work from home, in the bank’s offices or within a network of 11 remote work centres.
The announcement follows the hiring of 130 tech workers last year.
Eimear Harty, Head of Human Resources at Bank of Ireland said: “Banking is changing rapidly. “These new roles will further support our advancement and momentum as we build a diverse, world-class tech team.”
These positions are “very important to how we serve our customers today and grow our business into the future,” Ms. Harty said.
Bank of Ireland has seen its mobile app logins grow 63pc in 2021, compared to 2020 and 94pc of the bank’s daily product applications are now digitized. chemical.
The bank processed 244 million contactless transactions last year, up 43 percent year-on-year.
“We have ambitions to grow our digital services and we offer a very progressive approach to flexible working,” said Ms. Harty.
Sean Fleming, the state’s financial services minister, welcomed the new job.
“The digital financial ecosystem in Ireland continues to grow and is creating exciting opportunities for everyone across its network of agile hubs.
“Incentivizing investment in more technology-enabled financial services with a regional focus like this, is a key strategic theme in the Ireland Financial Action Plan 2022.”
Candidates can apply for the job now through the Bank of Ireland website.
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